Maroon Bells, Aspen, Colorado, July 2017
When it looks like your world is falling apart,
When you lose your balance, your patience, your heart
You reach for, collect, and gather the threads
Of things you don’t understand as you try to make sense
You read, you examine, you… Read More
The following review of Ramona Blue (Balzer & Bray, May 9, 2017) is from Food, Fitness & Fiction contributing editor Josh Flores (pictured below).
In Ramona Blue by Julie Murphy, another strong and human female character—one who defines herself by the trailer she lives in and the color… Read More
If you follow my Food, Fitness & Fiction blog, you know that when I truly love a book, I love it deeply. I love it so much that I immediately want to interview (if not meet) the author, and I want everyone I know to read and love the book… Read More
The following review of Bone Witch (Sourcebooks, Inc, January 31, 2017) by Rin Chupeco is from Food, Fitness & Fiction contributing editor Amber Lee (pictured below).
Here’s a description from Amazon:
When Tea accidentally resurrects her brother from the dead, she learns she is different from the other witches… Read More
Disclaimer: I am a member of Barilla’s Pasta Advisory Council. As always, all opinions are my own. Read my disclosure statement here.
If you want to prepare nutritious and enjoyable family meals, including pasta and pulses can be a great move. Not only do these foods help your children meet… Read More
The following review of Between Two Skies (Candlewick, April 25, 2017) by Joanne O’Sullivan is by Food, Fitness and Fiction Contributing Editor Joshua Flores (pictured below).
Here is a description of Between Two Skies from Amazon:
Hurricane Katrina sets a teenage girl adrift. But a new life —… Read More