Author: Nadishka Aloysius
Publication Date: April 23rd 2018
Genre: Children’s Fiction
Summary: When Ronan’s family moves away from their apartment over the summer to care for his ailing grandmother, he is befriended by a dinosaur that lives in his grandmother’s garden.
Rating: 3 / 5
Author: Neena H. Brar
Publisher: Penguide Books
Expected Publication Date: August 4th 2018
Summary: Tied to Deceit follows Superintendent of Police Chief Vishwanath Sharma as he investigates a massive cast of characters potentially involved with the murder of hospital secretary Devika Singh in this fascinating whodunnit mystery.
Rating: 4 / 5
Here’s round three! You kind find the previous round here. My starting number this time is 193.
These are the books I’m currently planning to review this month. I wouldn’t be surprised if a few more were added to the list after it’s posted. This is what I have so far.
June was definitely a mixed bag for me. I strayed pretty far from my TBR, but I did have some success in other areas. Since I have so many books left over from last month and a few new ones that I need to review, I’m not going to post a Monthly TBR. Instead, I think I’m going to post my review schedule.
Other than my TBR failure, I had an excellent month. LA Progressive published an article I wrote on the influence of corporate donations to the American Congress and how they effect legislative action regarding the opioid crisis. You can find it here! It’s my first byline and I’m really proud.
I also started working with a second review company. It’s called Feathered Quill. My first review with them was for Go Home, Afton by Brent Jones. Definitely check their website out! They have a lot of excellent reviews available.
Currently, I’m waiting to hear back from Longreads, where I’ve pitched an essay.
Here’s to hoping July’s TBR goes a little better!
The Saugatuck Story Festival and Writers’ Conference is a three-day event taking place from October 12th-14th in Westport, Connecticut.
This festival is chance to build community through story in a unique collaboration between the Westport Library and Staples High School.
Attendees will travel between walkable stages to view talks, performances, and other events will take place throughout Westport during the course of the Festival.
The one-day writers’ conference features panels for teens and adults, delivered by professionals working in the publishing industry and educators. With a focus on craft, writers will receive high-quality instruction.
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