- NJ, USA
- member since March 8, 2008
I hope you are well.
It is heart-warming to see so many great children's books on your shelf and I'm pleased to see how much you enjoyed the excellent 'True Story of the 3 Little Pigs.'
Your work in a special school must be very rewarding and satisfying.
I am a very passionate and proud writer of children's e-books.
Recently I published a series of "Twisted" Fairy Tales for children, which are becoming quite popular in the UK, US and even further away places like Australia!
There are more fairy tale cameos in each story than you can shake a stick at!
Kids love my humorous spin on famous fairy tales and the collection is growing.
Please check them out if you have time!
They are available on Amazon Kindle, Nook, Kobo, Apple and just about every other digital platform for around a dollar.
very best wishes,
Welcome to the group that revolves around the book 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die.
There is a general explanation of the group and some answers to frequently asked questions in the discussion thread titled "GROUP GUIDELINES and FAQ and FYI."
Our March Books of the Month are:
Animal Farm by George Orwell
Cry, the Beloved Country by Alan Paton
The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien
Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra is our current Seasonal Read.
Feel free to join in on some of the discussions! It's great to have you in the group.
Your shelf has got scope! :) Any fiction on there focused around social justice you'd recommend? I'm slowly updating many of the profiles for East-Asian authors on here. I've been writing about Japan over the past year, so that's the slice-of-life I know the inner workings of. Here's a pinterest page with photo links for all the Shelfari pages I've done some tinkering to: http://pinterest.com/vadl/east-asian-authors-of-note/ Added u to my follow list!
DRACULA: Hearts of Stone
This MIGHT be a little like Dracula if written by J. K. Rowling. It’s a place where magic and vampires interweave for an exciting adventure.
A tale of magic, romance and fangs.
We start with a shiny new pot of boiling water and add too many evil vampires, and not enough of the good biters. Toss in one suicidal Dracula; add a cup of mayhem and a dash of romance. Oh yes, and a pinch of mirth. Stir lovingly and you have a new novel by A. J. Gallant. If it sounds like the recipe for you then you must read Dracula: Hearts of Stone.