Guest Post by R. M. Strong — Teach Your Children to love Reading

“Mom! Look! It’s your book! Can I read it?” The CreateSpace proof of Flash had come that afternoon, all pretty and shiny and crisp. David, my 6-year-old, grabbed it and flipped through the pages. “Oooh!” he said. “Can I read it!?” I honestly don’t know who was more excited. Now, my young adult My Life … Continue reading Guest Post by R. M. Strong — Teach Your Children to love Reading

Review of Karis by R.M. Strong

We all need heroes, and some of us even need to be heroes. The vigilante seeking justice is certainly not a new or original idea, but R.M. Strong has put, for me, a highly desirable twist on it with the story teenaged Tamara Weatherby. I'll talk about the twist shortly. Tamara's family and scores of … Continue reading Review of Karis by R.M. Strong