Michelle Isenhoff

Month: March 2015

The Fault in our Stars, by John Green

I’m going to tackle a major pop phenomenon by reviewing John Green’s story of star-crossed cancer patients almost a year after the movie came out. And my opinion will probably differ vastly from the scads of teens who flocked to theaters and as well as the confirmed “Nerdfighters” dedicated to the 2012 book. The Fault […]

Ella Wood: Charleston, Here We Come!

This is the first in a three-part series about writing and researching my upcoming young adult historical fiction novel, Ella Wood. Part of the fun of writing historical fiction is research, and this time I was able to combine it with pleasure. My husband agreed to celebrate our 18th anniversary in Charleston, South Carolina, the […]

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