The following post is from Food, Fitness & Fiction Contributing Editor Josh Flores.
Gae Polisner is the author of the new and beautifully written novel, The Memory of Things. Told in the alternating perspectives of two teens in the midst of the September 11th attacks, Polisner illustrates the challenges of… Read More
The following review of The Memory of Things (St. Martin’s Griffin, September 16, 2016 ) by Gae Polisner is by Food, Fitness and Fiction Contributing Editor Joshua Flores (pictured above).
Here is a description of The Memory of Things from Amazon:
On the morning of September 11, 2001, sixteen-year-old Kyle… Read More
Looking for a quick and easy family meal? Here’s one for chicken fajitas from my book, Feed Your Family Right (John Wiley & Sons, Inc).
Cheesy Chicken Fajitas
This is one of my signature dishes that all my boys (including my husband) love. It’s so easy to prepare, with few… Read More
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With Labor Day just around the corner, instead of spending the holiday weekend lamenting the dwindling days of summer, why not celebrate!
To help ease the transition from August to September—and… Read More
The following review of American Girls (Flatiron Books, June 7, 2016) by Alison Umminger is from Food, Fitness & Fiction Contributing Editor Amber Lee.
Here’s a description of the book from Amazon:
Anna is a fifteen-year-old girl slouching toward adulthood, and she’s had it with her life at home. So… Read More
The following review of A World Without You (July 19, 2016 Razor Bill) by Beth Revis is by Food, Fitness and Fiction Contributing Editor Joshua Flores (pictured below).
Here is a description of A World Without You from Amazon:
Seventeen-year-old Bo has always had delusions that he can travel through… Read More