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…
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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…
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!
The Order of Us by Moms Who Write is here!!
The Order of Us by Moms Who Write is finally here! We are so proud of our team and all the authors we got to know during this venture. See what it’s all about!
How to make kids love reading –strategically
You can’t really MAKE kids love reading. It just doesn’t work that way. But there are a few ways you may be able to spark a future interest. Let’s take a look.
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!
Book Review: This Kid Can Hyperfocus by Patty DeDurr
This Kid Can Hyperfocus by Patty DeDurr paints hyperfocus in a positive light that helps children and family celebrate an amazing trait often undervalued.
Book Review: Ground Control by K.A. Hough
Ground Control delivers a message well understood by anyone who has sacrificed in order to support a loved one’s dreams. Who is she outside of her spouse?
Modern Fairy Tale Retellings: Find your new favorite
We’re all about fun stuff here. So, to honor that, we’re celebrating Tell a Fairy Tale Day— with modern fairy tale retellings from our own Moms Who Write community! Tell a Fairy Tale Day is an unofficial U.S. holiday that falls on February 26th. It’s a day to read, share, and listen to fairy tales from around the world.
Book Review: Tainted Lionheart by Christine Weimer
One of the first poetry books I purchased was the award-winning debut collection Tainted Lionheart by Christine Weimer. This book…this book…changed the way I saw myself as a writer, a woman, and a mother, indefinitely.