The Importance of Teaching Students about Totalitarian Ideologies by Jason K. Foster

#hadamarthehouseofshudders #bookcampaign #booksontourpr Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” – George Santayana In writing Hadamar I wanted students to think about the importance of their own education. I wanted to highlight both the importance of children to a society but equally how a totalitarian society will attempt to indoctrinate its READ MORE

A Story to Grip Your Heart. WIN Hadamar: The House of Shudders!

#hadamarthehouseofshudders #bookcampaign #booksontourpr This book will inspire knowledge, power and embrace. Understanding the horrors of the past can help us create a better future. Hadamar: The House of Shudders is one such book that the world should know about. You now have the chance to experience it for yourself, your classroom or other teenagers you READ MORE

Featured Author: Jason K. Foster

#hadamarthehouseofshudders #bookcampaign #booksontourpr We’re more than thrilled to welcome a new face to our blog with a gripping book campaign, featuring author – teacher, Jason K. Foster and his latest harrowing, new novel for young adults, Hadamar: The House of Shudders. WARNING! Prepare yourselves for an emotive and profound piece of history brought to light. READ MORE

Book Review: Birthday, by Meredith Russo

Birthday, Meredith Russo, Flatiron Books, 2019. From the publisher: Two best friends. A shared birthday. Six years… ERIC: There was the day we were born. There was the minute Morgan and I decided we were best friends for life. The years where we stuck by each other’s side—as Morgan’s mom died, as he moved across READ MORE

Review: Stone Girl, by Eleni Hale

Stone Girl, Eleni Hale, Penguin YA, 2018   A heartbreaking novel of raw survival and hope, and the children society likes to forget. A stunning and unforgettable debut YA novel for mature readers. An unspeakable event changes everything for Sophie. No more Mum, school or bed of her own. She’s made a ward of the READ MORE

Book Review: Follow After Me by Allison Marlow Paterson

#followafterme #booksontourpr #bookcampaign Follow After Me, Allison Marlow Paterson, Big Sky Publishing, April 2019. Blurb: Two young women, a century apart, are mysteriously connected by a tiny key. Will they discover who they are and where their hearts belong? 2018 – Tired of being the perfect daughter, student and sister, Lizzie abandons old friends and READ MORE

Unfolding the Story of the Past – Interview with Allison Paterson

What a thrill to learn more about the history behind the history with the fabulous author, educator and historian, Allison Paterson on weaving fact, fiction and personal ancestry into her writing. Be inspired by this great interview! Congratulations on the release of your latest novel, ‘Follow After Me’! Following the successes of your previous non-fiction READ MORE

Book Review: Small Spaces by Sarah Epstein

Small Spaces, Sarah Epstein, Walker Books, 2018   From the publisher: “We don’t pick and choose what to be afraid of. Our fears pick us.” Tash Carmody has been traumatised since childhood, when she witnessed her gruesome imaginary friend Sparrow lure young Mallory Fisher away from a carnival. At the time nobody believed Tash, and READ MORE

WIN! An Intriguing History – Follow After Me Book Giveaway!

#followafterme #bookcampaign #booksontourpr WIN! An Intriguing History Follow After Me is an intriguing novel set apart with its richly profound themes in history, tragedy, relationships, sense of self and belonging. YA and Australian history lovers simply cannot miss this chance to ensnare a copy of their own! By answering the question below, you will go READ MORE

BOOK REVIEW: Can’t Beat the Chemistry by Kat Colmer

Can’t Beat the Chemistry, Kat Colmer, Rhiza Edge, 2019 Note: This book was provided to me by the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher: Ionic and covalent bonds are a piece of cake for MJ. But human bonds are a little harder … There are only two things MJ wants in READ MORE