Being in a book club is one of the better choices I’ve made in my life. Started by a friend, our book club has met monthly for nearly five years. We’ve had members move away and new friends invited to join us. We’ve read many different genres and changed our approach to running the group…
Category: What To Read
Why reading aloud is something you should do
Today is World Read Aloud Day. Oral storytelling is as old as humanity itself, and it’s how we pass along knowledge, preserve culture, and connect.
Living Water Book Review: It’s Good for Your Soul
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…
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 best books for celebrating National Thesaurus Day
It’s National Thesaurus Day! I love a good thesaurus, and there are so many new ones to choose from to help you craft your story. Here are some favorites.
The Best 2022 New Releases by Moms Who Write
Last year was a big year for our members. So many authors released books last year, many for the first time! We thought it only fitting to take a look back at new releases from 2022 to highlight these amazing moms who made their dreams come true. Plus, if you’re looking for books to add…
Check Out These Holiday Romance Books by Moms Who Write
Are you counting down the days to Christmas? Because we sure are! Hopefully, you get a few days (or even hours) out of the holiday bustle to relax, sip your coffee slowly, and read a book or two. We have the perfect holiday romance books by some of our MWW members for just such an…
Middle-grade vs. YA: How to Write for Young Readers
Middle-grade kids need different things out of their books. So, what’s the difference between middle-grade vs. YA books? We’ll walk you through it.
Check out our favorite spooky reads to try for Halloween!
What writer doesn’t enjoy spooky reads around Halloween? We’ve shared some of our favorites to keep you shivering until next summer. Take a look.
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…