If you’re looking for a feel-good story about finding love and personal redemption, then look no further than Living Water by MWW member Allison Wells. I seriously could not put it down! A Modern-Day Biblical Retelling For those familiar will Ms. Wells’s work, you’ll know she’s a clean romance and Christian fiction author. Living Water…
Category: Book Reviews
A Season to Kill is a Thrilling Cozy Mystery
Fans of The Desperate Housewives of anywhere will find themselves at home in Nic Winter’s A Season To Kill. In a world of high-society drama full of back-stabbing neighbors and ambushes disguised as dinner parties, Darcy Sinclair stands out. She inhabits the elite circle of the Scottish village of Cedarwood thanks to a generous inheritance…
The Golden Bee represents girls with ADHD
Representation matters. Whether it’s culture, ethnicity, gender, or neurodiversity, seeing oneself in others fosters a sense of belonging and acceptance. For girls with ADHD, representation has been lacking. In fact, discussions about how ADHD presents itself in females are limited in scope. For young girls, characters such as Junie B. Jones and Ramona Quimby hint…
Children’s Book Review: Merm the Germ by Sarah Robinson
Merm the Germ by Sarah Robinson is a book my children search for in our home. Thye love following Merm on his journey again and again. Take a peek to see why.
Shhhh– our favorite banned books and why we love them!
It’s Banned Books Week and the Moms Who Write have a few controversial favorites to share. Come celebrate literary freedom with us and share your favs too!
Book Review: Fractured & Renewed by Natalie Cammaratta
Fractured & Renewed is Natalie Cammaratta’s final book in her trilogy. It brings back Serenity Ward and her group of rabble-rousers in a fantastic finale.
Book Review: ‘Alonso’ by Allison Wells (Book 5 of The Last Man Standing Series)
I want a happily ever after. ‘Alonso’ by Allison Wells, book five in The Last Man Standing Series, totally delivers. This is a romance you don’t want to miss.
Dear Yesterday by Lindsey Ray Redd is full of sweet sentimentality
Redd’s debut, Dear Yesterday, tugged at my Georgia-girl heart. It’s a family story and a love story and a culture story and there were so many elements that felt familiar. Even if you’re not a Georgia-girl, the longing and brokenness and redemption of Luella McCrae is beautiful.
Tristan Tuttle’s ‘A Kudzu Vine of Blood and Bone’ is beautiful and true
I love a good collection of poetry by a mom who isn’t afraid to lay it all out there. Tristan delivered and I can’t wait to see more from her.
Venus Rising by Our Galaxy Publishing is out today!
One of our favorite new releases is Venus Rising by Our Galaxy Publishing. It’s packed with pieces written by women—some are even members of Moms Who Write!