Happy Friday, everybody! Let’s dive into a few book reviews in fifteen words or fewer:
1. Survey Of Historic Costume: A History Of Western Dress, Fourth Edition by K. Eubank and P. G. Tortora
Took a history of dress class; this was our text. Shockingly useful for a writer.
2. Under the Mummy’s Spell by Kate McMullan
Read this alongside an Egypt history unit in fifth grade. It was awesome.
3. Three’s a Crowd (Sweet Valley Twins #7) by Francine Pascal
OMIGOD, Mary, you can’t just be a Wakefield.
4. On Writing by Stephen King
Read this in high school, vehemently disagreed with King about adverbs.
5. Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta
This book gave me all the feels. Gorgeous writing, expertly crafted, characters I love.
2 thoughts on “Friday Fifteen”
#3 took me aback. My name is Mary and I live in Wakefield. I thought you were sending me a secret message. Clearly, I am unfamiliar with Francine Pascal and her Sweet Valley series.
No way! I’ll try to write you secret messages in future Friday Fifteen posts. 😉