Five Fantasy and Science Fiction Authors to Share with Your Son

Five Fantasy and Science Fiction Authors to Share with Your Son — Write RightSince I wrote about books to share with one’s daughter, I felt I shouldn’t neglect the sons. I would argue, however, that the books listed here, as well as the ones found in the daughters’ post, could be read by both genders. The Keyes’ novel stands as a particular example; it entails how people with developmental disabilities are treated. In any case, here are some books for the boys.Continue Reading

Five Fantasy Authors to Share with Your Daughter

Five Fantasy Authors to Share with Your Daughter — Write RightThe past few books I’ve checked out of the library lead to the same thought: “If I had a daughter, I would share this book with her.” Maybe one day that will happen. Until then, I share my books with the mothers and fathers out there who want to encourage their daughters to read and to dream.Continue Reading

Why I Refuse to Read Bad Books

Why I Refuse to Read Bad Books—Write RightI know “bad” is a matter of taste. A person might love what I consider bad, awful, and no-good. This post, then, is not about specific “bad” books. Rather, it concerns why I refuse to read them.

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