A Write Teacher(s) Review: small great things

Dearest Bookworms, What can one say about Jodi Picoult? She is a wizard with words. She is a master of storytelling. She is a brilliant human. And she has recently come out with a new book, small great things. And it is so great. So, so, so great! See, Jodi Picoult tells stories that stay with you, she creates characters that feel like old friends, and after you are finished with one… Read More

The Write Teacher(s) May Bookshelf

Dear Fellow Readers, These last few months have been extremely busy and have found little time to read. As we enter the month of May and summer weather rolls in, I hope to carve out more time to spend with a good book. Here are three books coming out this month that we are looking forward to: The Jane Austen Project by Kathleen A. Flynn (available 05/02/17) Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine… Read More

A Write Teacher(s) Review: The Grownup

Dear Bookworms, A few months ago, I decided to join the Book of the Month Club.  I ordered the first month because it came with an extra book for no additional charge, and if you know anything about me, you know that I’ll do just about anything for a free book. Life got away from me, and I just now got around to reading that extra book. And let me tell you… Read More

A Write Teacher(s) Review: Perfect Little World

When Izzy found out she was pregnant, she thought she had a plan. She’ll marry the baby’s father, her high school art teacher, and they’ll live a happy life together. But things rarely go as planned, do they? Izzy finds herself alone and pregnant, working on her feet at a barbecue joint where she pulls meat from the bellies of pigs. She has a sort of plan, but things change when the… Read More

April Bookshelf

Happy Spring, fellow readers! Here are three new books coming out this month that we’re excited about: A Twist in Time by Julie McElwain (available 04/04/17) The Shadow Land by Elizabeth Kostova (available 04/11/17) The Stars Are Fire by Anita Shreve (available 04/18/17) Happy Reading! Let us know your thoughts by tagging your tweets and posts with #TWTBookshelf. Live, Love, Learn, Candice & The Write Teacher(s) 

A Write Teacher(s) Review: Monday Morning Leadership

Dear Bookworms, Recently, I received a recommendation from a well-respected business leader to read the book Monday Morning Leadership. He recommended it as one that had impacted his own perspective significantly and so I took note. For readers, teachers, or just life-long learners, a good book is an invaluable tool, and if this one has contributed at all to the success of the man endorsing it, then I wanted to know about… Read More

A Write Teacher(s) Bookshelf: March Picks!

Write Teacher(s) Readers! I can’t believe it’s already March! My how time flies. Here’s what we’re putting on our bookshelf this month: small great things // by Jodi Picoult (AGAIN) A Fall of Marigolds // by Susan Meissner Die for You // Amy Fellner Domino Happy Reading! Let us know your thoughts by tagging your tweets and posts with #TWTBookshelf. Live, Love, Learn, Megan & The Write Teacher(s)

A Write Teacher(s) Review: Giant Days

Dear Bookworms, This year I have decided to take up the Genre Challenge (see January’s article on Three Types of Reading Goals for 2017) and delve into some types of literature I don’t normally read. To begin, I decided to start with one glaring hole on my bookshelves: the graphic novel. Graphic novels have become a very well-respected format in recent years, and yet I never seemed to have picked one up…. Read More

Bookstore Spotlight(s): Shakespeare & Company

Last September, I visited Paris for the first time. Although I did not create a strict itinerary, I had a (long) list of things I wanted to see and do and made an attempt to map out a plan for the week I was there.  One of the “must visit” places on my list was the venerable Shakespeare and Company Bookstore located across the river from Notre Dame. The bookstore was originally… Read More

February Bookshelf

Happy February, fellow readers. As our lives are flooded with opinions on current events, I hope you find some time this month to read some fiction. My Not So Perfect Life by Sophia Kinsella (available 02/07/17) The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir by Jennifer Ryan (available (02/14/17) A Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline (available 02/21/17) I hope you’ll read along with us! Tag your copies of your books on Instagram with… Read More