Best Books and Blogs of 2017
Recapping at the end of each year is a great way for us to see what our readers and followers like. As much as we like writing about things we enjoy, we are more fulfilled when are readers are happy too! We wanted to highlight our top three blogs this year and our three best selling books in the bookshop.
#1 3 Gerunds That Change Literature
This was our number one viewed blog for 2017. One of our main goals for 2017 was to keep things positive. So writing a blog post on our tagline seemed perfect for this trend.
#2 The Structurer or The Explorer
This was one of our favorite blogs to write. Understanding where you are on the scale as a writer helps the writing process go more smoothly and clears your mind for imagination and creativity.
#3 Ten Mistakes That Prevent Writers from Being Authors
Our most viewed blog posts always seemed to offer something valuable to our readers. This year we are going to continue to giving tips and advice for those who are looking to get published!
Best Books of 2017
Fulfilling a promise to her fiancé, Brylee Hawkins, must travel back to where she was born, the Australian outback, and forgive her father for what she knows as an unforgivable sin. Yet when she arrives, as memories flood back, she begins to learn the truth about what really happened, exposing old secrets, including the family she never knew.
Based on the premise that the current generation is made up of newly-evolved humans, Preparing the Millennial Parent takes the stand that traditional parenting styles of parenting will be generally unsuccessful in achieving the parenting goals of parents and care-givers. With that understood it offers a comprehensive and unique view to parenting in orderly and purpose driven steps.
“The Union of Brothers” is a fictionalized account of my great grandfather's life, his service in the Civil War and his struggle to make it home. Firman Kirk was a nineteen year old lumberman in the Mountains of Central Pennsylvania when he was recruited to join the 1st Rifles, 13th Reserves, 42nd.Regiment of the newly formed Pennsylvania Reserve Corp. This unit is more commonly known as the "Bucktails." He meets a young woman, Ophelia, on the eve of his departure for army training at Camp Curtin. She becomes his foundation of strength when he doubts the chances of his living through battles from Antietam Creek, Gettysburg and through other historic battles far from home. His survival of Andersonville prison rest with a lock of hair from Ophelia, whom he hopes to marry after the war, sent in a previous letter. How did he survive? How did their love endure the many battles? This historical fiction novel will keep you turning pages.