Hearts by Brittany Eden: Book Review

Hearts by Brittany Eden: A Book Review Hearts is a stand-alone novel of lyrical prose that combines a sweet contemporary romance with a whimsical fairytale reimagining creating a timeless tale that will plant seeds of hope and healing in your heart. Interwoven elements provide allusion to Alice in Wonderland, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, and Peter Pan.Continue reading “Hearts by Brittany Eden: Book Review”

Tomato Juice by AudraKate Gonzalez: Book Review

Tomato Juice by AudraKate Gonzalez is a creepily haunting YA novel with themes of family, grief, and faith. Not only is the writing well-done, but the main character is both likable and relatable. Readers follow fourteen year-old Dean during arguably the most unusual summer of his life. And with each strange experience, readers are moreContinue reading “Tomato Juice by AudraKate Gonzalez: Book Review”

The Heart Changer by Jarm Del Boccio: Book Review

The Heart Changer by Jarm Del Boccio is a wonderfully captivating middle grade novella that explores themes of faith, identity, and forgiveness woven within a coming of age story. Ultimately, this is a must read for historical fiction fans and those who enjoy finding greater truths within the stories they read. Young readers will relateContinue reading “The Heart Changer by Jarm Del Boccio: Book Review”

Guess How Much God Loves You by Karen Ferguson: Book Review

Guess How Much God Loves You by Karen Ferguson Happy Saturday, my unicorn readers! March is flying by, and soon it will be April. One thing I love about the month of April is it is the month my great-grandmother was born. A second thing I love about April is that it is Earth Month!Continue reading “Guess How Much God Loves You by Karen Ferguson: Book Review”

I Know The Plans by Jennifer Bosma: Book Review

I Know the Plans is a must read. Check out the post below to learn why! Proverbs 22:6 (NIV) “Start children off on the way they should go,and even when they are old they will not turn from it.” With the constant state of connection technology brings our children, it is so important to instillContinue reading “I Know The Plans by Jennifer Bosma: Book Review”

Book Review: The Wayward by Tabitha Caplinger

Last November, I shared a book spotlight for an upcoming release entitled The Wayward by one of my all-time favorite authors, Tabitha Caplinger. In 2021, I read Tab’s The Wolf Queen, a Young Adult Nordic fantasy laced with the foundational truth that light always prevails over darkness (read my full review of The Wolf QueenContinue reading “Book Review: The Wayward by Tabitha Caplinger”

Book Review: Unbetrothed by Candice Pedraza Yamnitz

When I first joined Bookstagram a few years ago, one of my first friends was Candice Pedraza Yamnitz. I was so excited when she debuted her YA romance (with a Latin fantasy twist) Unbetrothed earlier this year. This is a book you will not want to put down! Unbetrothed follows Princess Beatriz, the princess ofContinue reading “Book Review: Unbetrothed by Candice Pedraza Yamnitz”

Book Review: Calligraphy Guild by R. M. Archer

Happy Saturday, friends! I’m so excited to be sharing my review of the book Calligraphy Guild by R. M. Archer, releasing June 17! Calligraphy Guild is a delightful, clean fantasy book set in a world where time is recorded using dragon ink–that same dragon ink has the power to re-write time, though *that* is forbidden.Continue reading “Book Review: Calligraphy Guild by R. M. Archer”

Book Review: Starganauts: Retribution by C. E. Stone

After reading C.E. Stone’s debut Starganauts last year, I anxiously awaited for the sequel Starganauts: Retribution and–let me tell you–it was well worth the wait!  Before diving in, remember you can read my review of book 1 here and you can check out my most recent interview with author C. E. Stone here!  Since thisContinue reading “Book Review: Starganauts: Retribution by C. E. Stone”

Book Review: Eva Evergreen Semi-Magical Witch by Julie Abe

In search of comparative titles for my own manuscript, Eva Evergreen Semi-Magical Witch by Julie Abe was recommended to me by a friend. I listened to the audiobook read by Caitlin Kelly who does a fantastic job making the characters come to life! Overall, I greatly enjoyed the book. Eva Evergreen is a middle gradeContinue reading “Book Review: Eva Evergreen Semi-Magical Witch by Julie Abe”

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