It’s Okay, You Don’t Have to Hide Your Book

English: Indigo Kids, Indigo Eaton Centre

Indigo Kids, Indigo Eaton Centre (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Thanks to Fiction Fix for featuring my blog this week. It’s all about not being scared to embrace your inner children’s lit fanatic. (Click the link below.)

It’s Okay, You Don’t Have to Hide Your Book

2 thoughts on “It’s Okay, You Don’t Have to Hide Your Book

  1. releaf1954 says:

    I didn’t realize you came to Harry Potter late, too. I was out of the loop myself for about as long. I was visiting relatives in Maine when my sister-in-law put the first book in my hands. The next day, I asked if I could borrow the second. The rest, as they say, is history. I’m glad you’re finally at peace with your love of kidlit. I remember asking my mom for recommendations when I was struggling with PPD after the birth of my second child and she suggested Anne of Green Gables. Those books were lifesavers for me. They brought light into my darkness and helped me get through an extremely difficult time. I love kidlit and I’m thankful that there are authors working hard to write high-quality stories for young people — and any people who long for light and magic in their lives.

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