Book Review – The Dragon’s Glare

*I was provided with this book, The Dragon’s Glare, free of charge so I could read it and create this review.  All opinions are my own.* The Dragon’s Glare is Book Two in the Survival Trilogy by T.J. & M.L. Wolf. This book follows A Gleam of Light, and it’s main character, Una Waters, becomes […]

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Champion’s Rising by SF Claymore

*I was sent this book, Champion’s Rising, for free so I could read it and create this review. Read my Disclosure for more details.*   Champion’s Rising, by SF Claymore, is the first book in what will be a fantasy series.  This book has a lot of character development and introductory scenes.  I felt like […]

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Book Review – Scavengers by Alessandra Melville

*I was provided with this book, Scavengers, free of charge so I could read it and create this review.  All opinions are my own. Read my full disclosure here.*   Scavengers, written by Alessandra Melville, is a futuristic, dystopian novel.  An easy read, I actually got through it quite quickly.  The writing was smooth and free […]

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The Tenth Gateway – A Book Review

*I was provided with this book. The Tenth Gateway, free of charge so I could read it and create this review.  All opinions are my own, or that of my family.*   The Tenth Gateway, by Maidie Reeve, is a young adult (or even tween-aged) novel.  I flew through it quite quickly as I enjoyed […]

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Read With Fonics App Review

Read with Fonics App Review

*I was given this app, Read with Fonics, for free so I could use it with my daughters and create this review.  All opinions are my own or those of my family.* Edit Aug 2018 – Read with Fonics has rebranded to Read with Phonics.  I have updated the links in this post to reflect […]

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Easy Tips To Help Your Emergent Readers

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*My posts may contain affiliate links. If you choose to make a purchase through these links I will receive a small commission, at no cost to you. Thank you for supporting my business.* Every child is different.  I think that’s a bit of an understatement!  And it’s no more apparent than when your child gets […]

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