Middle grade is the perfect time to introduce kids to horror. Kids are able to get carried away by the magic of the story to a place where monsters exist ... and can be overcome.
The holidays is the time for some feel-good Yuletide tales. For the most part, I describe my Christmas reading list as "Hallmark movie in a book" and I have zero regrets.
Remembrance Day is a time to reflect on the horrors of war. Here are some of my favourite war-time novels - none of them glorify war, but rather highlight the devastating consequences and human costs that come with the fallout.
It's time for scary stories. Not the cute ones, not the ones that give you warm fuzzies. These are stories that make your spine tingle.
Shake up your life this fall and try a sober October!
These books capture this essence of autumn that gets us all punch-drunk on pumpkin spice. Here are some of my suggestions for books to curl up in front of the fire and soak in the abundance of the season.
Prairie Witch, a spooky collection of witchcraft by prairie authors, is launching this fall