03 March 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by R.G. Triplett, Author of The Great Darkening (Epic of Haven Trilogy)

Tell us about yourself… I think I would call myself an artist at heart. The way I cook, the way I write, the way I communicate and make music and tell stories – even the way I smoke a cigar and savor a good bourbon – always comes with the motivation to discover or uncover […]

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17 February 2014 ~ 1 Comment

Guest Post by Chris Palmer, Co-Author of ElsBeth and the Call of the Castle Ghosties, Book III in The Cape Cod Witch Series

What three words best describe The Cape Cod Witch Series? Natural-world magical adventures (Maybe that’s three-and-a-half words …) Can you give us your best one sentence pitch to convince readers, especially reluctant readers, why they should give this series a try? This is quote from a professional reviewer of the first ElsBeth book: “The Cape […]

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10 January 2014 ~ 1 Comment

Absolution: Book Three – Edgewood Series by Karen McQuestion

I love this series. Plain and simple. I could just stop my review there, I mean, really… anyone that’s read anything by Karen McQuestion has no doubt of her talent. The woman can write, her stuff is professionally edited, professionally laid out and, well… just one big chunk of professional. She is what self-publishing should […]

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27 November 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Crossed (Matched) by Ally Condie

I really loved the first book in this series. My daughter and I read this book at the same time and talked about it after. We both agreed that, while it was okay, it definitely lacked some of the oomph from the first novel. It appeared to drag on at times and I just wanted […]

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04 November 2013 ~ 2 Comments

Winds of Salem: A Witches of East End Novel by by Melissa de la Cruz

I think this book, like the others in this series, is bad luck for me. It seems like they come into my mailbox for review and I end up having major surgery. Perhaps the Beauchamp witches really are putting a curse on a fellow Beauchamp family member? Hmm… anyway… this review is entirely too overdue […]

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23 September 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Book Giveaway: FUSION (Portal Chronicles Book Five)

I’m giving away a copy of FUSION (Portal Chronicles Book Five) by Imogen Rose. To enter the contest, post a comment below that you’d like to win. The drawing will be held Monday, September 30. You can click here to view my review of this book. About the Book: There was just one little difference—my […]

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26 August 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Book Giveaway: Kyrathaba Rising (The Kyrathaba Chronicles)

William Bryan Miller, author of Kyrathaba Rising (The Kyrathaba Chronicles), is giving away 5 ebooks. To enter the contest, post a comment below that you’d like to win. The drawing will be held Monday, September 2. *Note: We will have the author contact you via email. About the Book: 170 years from now, aliens decimate […]

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29 July 2013 ~ 1 Comment

Matched by Ally Condie

I loved this book. Done. That’s pretty much my review. Hahahaha… okay, why did I love it… Dystopian young adult has, of course, been done, but I’m not sure it’s ever been done quite this well. The characters were rich and full of life. You come to know them and care about them. I absolutely […]

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26 July 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by KD Pryor, Author of The Portal’s Choice

Today we are going to find out a bit about Young Adult author KD Pryor, whose debut novel, The Portal’s Choice, was released on May 6, 2013 by Madaket Lane Publishers. How did you become a writer? I have always loved to write and to keep a journal. Sometimes my journals were only short notes […]

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28 June 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by Meg Welch Dendler, Author of Why Kimba Saved the World

Tell us about yourself… I spent 15 years working with young children, 10 of those as a classroom teacher. I have been writing since I was a little girl and have always wanted to be a full-time author. For many years I did freelance work while I was teaching and raising my daughters. Now writing […]

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