"Reading" Blogs & Blog Posts

Seven Miles of Steel ThistlesSeven Miles of Steel Thistles

Posts on YA Fiction and fantasy, children's books, folklore and myths

 
LiteraryMindedLiteraryMinded

Book reviews, author interviews and the literary adventures of writer, edit...

 
Random Thoughts- Do They Have Meaning?Random Thoughts- Do They Have Meaning?

A Father writes about family, technology and more.

 
Conversations with WritersConversations with Writers

Presents interviews with writers, publishers and literary activists.

 
consciousnessconsciousness

This is a blog about happiness, dreams and anything cute and geek=)

 
this little life of minethis little life of mine

A little blog about my life - places I go, photos I take, books I read, foo...

 
25 Hour Books25 Hour Books

We could all use an extra hour for reading! Here's where I post boo...

 


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There has been far too much nonsense written contrasting reading on various types of screens 1 Usually conflated as if screens were all one type of reading and it was the electronic imprint that mattered not the size or reflective […] The post...

We are delighted to announce the publication of Psychedelic Press Volume XXI. The latest edition of our eponymous journal features a cover artwork by the amazing Rebecca Jordan, and a host of articles examining many aspects of psychedelic culture, h...

by Susan Stephenson, www.thebookchook.comSome of my very favourite children’s picture books are those that invite children to play. They encourage kids to interact in some way, whether by actually touching a page, or by calling out, or responding.

  As many of my regular readers know, I have recently written about the loss of my mum. I have delayed publishing this wonderful guest post from historian Gillian Mawson because it is a story that resonated so closely with … Continue readi...

by Susan Stephenson, www.thebookchook.comI am compiling a list of children’s picture books that encourage kids to use their imaginations. You’ll find that list embedded below, but before that a review, and then some questions to nudge kids’ thi...

Today on Nowriggling I am thrilled to have a guest post by Vivienne Tuffnell. Viv has written for me before, not least as part of Dandelions & Bad Hair Days (I have to thank her for that title) and more … Continue reading →...

On the death of my Mum, with a little help from Emily Dickinson Continue reading →...