It’s the first day of Ramadan Readathon and we’re exploring the theme of culture! We are so excited to be part of this South Asian Reading Challenge (co-hosted by Samia & Rumaanah) and Ramadan Readathon (created by Nadia) collaboration. Culture is multi-faceted and layered with identity, religion, ethnicity, and family experiences. The three of us… Continue reading SARC Collaborates with Ramadan Readathon | Q&A to start this blessed month
World-weary New York teen Magda is on her last chance. After setting off a scandal in the elite New York City private school scene, she’s been shipped off to her grandparents’ sleepy Pacific Northwest town to spend a summer under the radar and regain her equilibrium. Over-medicated and uninspired, she spends her days in a… Continue reading What She Found in the Woods by Josephine Angelini
What you see isn't always what you get. Stevie never meant for things to go this far. When she and Dee--defiant, bold, indestructible Dee--started all this, there was a purpose to their acts of vengeance: to put the bullies of Woepine High School back in their place. And three months ago, Stevie believed they deserved… Continue reading Love, Heather by Laurie Petrou
This is a long overdue second part to the series I started a little while ago called 'Being a Blogger', I've been so busy recently that I haven't had the chance to sit down and write really, hence the delay! But I really wanted to get this post out there as it's something I still… Continue reading Being a Blogger: Finding your ‘niche’
Hi guys, This post is the first in a series that I'm starting called 'Being a Blogger' - where I'll discuss all the common issues that come with blogging and within the community. There are a lot of issues that I thought about starting off with but this one came to the forefront immediately as… Continue reading Being a Blogger Series: Is being relatable important?