Erasing Ramona by Peggy Rothschild

“I knew lies. A good liar built their story on facts, giving a solid foundation to their falsehood, while less skilled fellows scrambled to avoid the truth. But one lie was never enough. Before too long, you had to shore it up with another. Then one more. And soon the lies had grown like an … Continue reading Erasing Ramona by Peggy Rothschild

Pages in the Wind by Sally Saylor De Smet

“I poked my skin, trying to recover the sensations in my face. I felt like a refugee, looking for a sanctuary. But jail was not a sanctuary. Jail gave the world a sanctuary from me.” — Sally Saylor De Smet, Pages in the Wind           Emily Quinn is a young adult … Continue reading Pages in the Wind by Sally Saylor De Smet