Tag Archives: Nancy Drew

Thanks, Mom

Yes, I know Mother’s Day was last Sunday but this is my day so I’m having my say. I have my mother to thank for introducing me to mystery novels. We seldom agreed on much, but shared the love of … Continue reading

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The Mysteries That Got Me Hooked on Reading

I came across a box of books from my childhood the other day while going through stuff in my mom’s garage. Aside from the favorites my mom saved from when I was wee – The Diggingest Dog, Peter Rabbit, Winnie … Continue reading

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Susan Vaughan here. Wednesday, March 2, was Read Across America Day in honor of the birthday of Theodore Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss. The school where I taught as a reading specialist usually stretched related activities into an … Continue reading

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Nancy Drew and the Women Who Created Her

Hi. Barb here. This summer I read Girl Sleuth: Nancy Drew and the Women Who Created Her by Melanie Rehak about the women who wrote the Nancy Drew books, as well as the man whose original idea she was. Sort … Continue reading

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What Are You Reading?

Paul Doiron here— One of the most common questions I get asked, when someone learns that I’m a novelist, is what books I’ve read recently. Readers like to hear recommendations, and they figure that as an author I should have … Continue reading

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