For all our wonderful and loyal followers, we have a News Flash for you!
The Scriblerians have opened up a new site!
http://www.scriblerians.com (click on book reviews to subscribe)
We will still post here, but we are hoping you will check out our brand new idea for the literary world. Here is a description of who we are and what we will be providing.
About the Scriblerians
The Scriblerians is a group of nine authors and critique partners who write for student readers. We agree that our target audience is not the students, per se, but their parents, teachers, and librarians. We want to nurture relationships with those adults who make book-purchasing decisions for their student readers by providing an essential service to them.
We want to provide reviews for books, especially those written for the Middle Grade and Young Adult markets, evaluating both content and literary quality.
This will help us recommend engaging, well-written books and offer discussion questions for popular books that may include questionable content for a Christian-worldview reader.
Here is an excerpt from of a critique done by Loraine Kemp.
A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness is a bittersweet teen fiction about a boy struggling to come to terms with his mother’s serious illness.
Connor, a twelve-year-old-boy, is faced with unbelievable stress – a dying mother, a father who has split from the family, a recurrent nightmare, a domineering grandmother, and bullies at school. Then, a monster visits. But this monster, which Connor initially believes is just a dream, insists that Connor “called” him. Between dealing with the above problems, Connor must listen to the monster’s stories that force him to confront his anger, confusion, and frustrations. And at the end of the monster’s three tales, Connor is forced to reciprocate by describing his nightmare – a story of truth, and the root of his depression and anxiety.
For the rest of the post including pros, cons, and general impression, hop over to our site http://www.scriblerians.com
Again, to subscribe, click book reviews and plunk away. We would love to see you there!
Your new website is wonderful. How do you get a book on to review?
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You can suggest a book if you like but we just posts reviews on books we read.
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Thanks for the compliment Greenmountaingirl! It has been a journey to get it up and running. Good thing we have some techy people aboard! Like Lisa said, we normally post the books we have been attracted to, but we will take requests and consider them.
Hi again, if you would like to leave a book for review, please go to http://www.scriblerians.com/book-submission/
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