Denise here… it was so much fun over the past few days witnessing Mr. Sprung fall in love with a great book! It started with him telling us some of the stories Sean Avery shared in his autobiography and continued as he asked me to show him how to read the book on his iPhone […]
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I wanted to share some of my experiences as a blogger over the past almost 5 years since Christine and I founded Shh Mom’s Reading™
I love finding new authors. One of my favorite things about blogging is finding a book that moves me and shouting out about it from the rooftops! It’s even more amazing […]
Today we remember those lost on September 11th. As we reflect on this day, we wanted to share some wonderful stories of courage and remembrance.
We have used many of these resources with our own children.
The Man in the Red Bandana is the powerful story of Welles Crowther who on September 11th perished saving others:
Children’s book written by Wells’ sister http://amzn.to/2cGBSOL
BRAVO!!! We feel the need to start with that. Fifty Shades Darker was everything we could have hoped for and SO MUCH MORE!
Denise: Whatever changes were made between the first movie and this one showed in spades; the characters truly came to life in this one. CHRISTIAN WAS FINALLY ON THE BIG SCREEN (yes shouty […]
Denise here… this post was named by my 10 year old son Jeremy and contains his ARC review of Tournament of Champions by Phil Bildner scheduled for release in June of this year.
You can imagine the big grin on my face when Jeremy came home from 5th grade earlier this year informing me how cool it was that his teacher […]
A few months ago, I was honored to announce that the Keith Milano Memorial Fund would host an event during #RT16 in Las Vegas. I could have never imagined the level of support we received from those in attendance.
I am going to write this with the hopes of not babbling (and the hope that Christine […]
I have decided to use this post to say Thank you to all the small business owners who have graciously donated their time and money to the Keith Milano Memorial Fund and our efforts to raise awareness for mental illness.
A number of authors, CEO’s of their own small businesses, will stand by my side in […]