Author: Author J.M. Northup

J.M. Northup is an Amazon bestselling American author and partner of Norns Triad Publications. Though she writes primarily in the young adult / new adult genres, she also writes in middle grade, romance, and erotica. Her books contain material content in the genres of suspense thrillers, dystopian, coming-of-age, and more!

Native American Day / Indigenous People’s Day

THIS IS ALSO KNOWN AS Indigenous Peoples’ Day Though National American Indian Heritage Month is in November, NATIVE AMERICAN DAY is enjoyed on the second Monday in October (FYI – some states observe it on the fourth Friday in September). This year, that means we will be celebrating on October 12, 2020. I have a…

Happy International Literacy Day

On September 8th, we globally recognize Internal Literacy Day. This is meant to promote literacy in order to improve conditions for the not only the individual and their community, but for society as a whole. So, let’s get our reading on and share our passion, Book Lovers. Read with your kids and enjoy some family…

Norns Triad Publications’ September 2020 Newsletter

The Norns Triad Publications’ September 2020 Newsletter is available now! This month features book reviews by J.M Northup, Sahara Foley, Karen  J Mossman, Theresa Hulongbayan, and James J Cudney. We are looking for reviewers interested in ARCs, and have some fun news about our authors to share. Tosca Lee is featured in our book spotlight along with some great FREE and…

National Read A Book Day

LET’S CELEBRATE! Though we celebrate National Book Lovers Day on August 9th, we observe National Read A Book Day on September 6th each year.  It is meant to not only encourage a love and enjoyment of literature, but also to bring awareness to the health benefits of reading. It has been proven that reading not only reduces stress, it…

Celebrate International Literacy Day!

 KNOWLEDGE IS POWER! If you want to learn more about the statistical history, you can find it HERE.This year’s THEME. The United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) declared September 8th International Literacy Day during their 14th session in 1966, though it was first celebrated in 1967.  The idea is to not only promote literacy…