Book Review: Legend of the Storm Sneezer by Kristiana Sfirlea

I recently finished Legend of the Storm Sneezer, book one of The Stormwatch Diaries by Kristiana Sfirlea and there is a reason this is an award winning book! Published by Monster Ivy (I have now determined I must read their entire catalog),this middle grade fantasy was easily a 5-star read from me. I firmly believeContinue reading “Book Review: Legend of the Storm Sneezer by Kristiana Sfirlea”

Book Review: Keen by Laura L. Zimmerman

“…My destiny is what I make it.” – Keen, Laura L. Zimmerman If you are looking for a captivating YA contemporary fantasy, then look no further than the Banshee Song Series by Laura L. Zimmerman (published by L2L2 Publishing)! Book 1, Keen, follows Caoine (pronounced like sugar cane) in her last year of high school.Continue reading “Book Review: Keen by Laura L. Zimmerman”

Book Review: Starganauts by C. E. Stone

Happy Book Birthday to Starganauts by C. E. Stone! Star Trek meets the Power Rangers is how I would describe the debut novel of author C. E. Stone. Starganauts, a Christian space opera novel, is a book lovers of science fiction are sure to enjoy! Book Blurb: The end of Earth was their beginning. WhenContinue reading “Book Review: Starganauts by C. E. Stone”

Book Review: The Healer’s Apprentice by Melanie Dickerson

The Healer’s Apprentice by Melanie Dickerson is described as a “realistic, fast-paced reimagining of the Sleeping Beauty fairytale….” Though there is a “true love’s kiss,” I wouldn’t describe the book as such – the parallel to Sleeping Beauty is such a miniscule portion of the book. However, it is a delightful (and clean) historical romanceContinue reading “Book Review: The Healer’s Apprentice by Melanie Dickerson”

Book Review: The Water Child by Ellen McGinty

Every once and a while, you read a book that haunts you – that stays with you long after you turn the final page. Though I have read and enjoyed several books thus far this year, The Water Child by Ellen McGinty is the first book this year that has invaded my heart and leftContinue reading “Book Review: The Water Child by Ellen McGinty”

Book Review: Heartmender by V. Romas Burton

“I needed to be scared and broken to be able to see my choice to the end.” – Heartmender by V. Romas Burton OMGoodness, y’all – there’s a reason why Heartmender is an award winning book! Published by Monster Ivy Publishing, I purchased a copy of Heartmender due to bookstagram, and I am so gladContinue reading “Book Review: Heartmender by V. Romas Burton”

Book Review: Iridescent by S. H. Everly

Do you love beach reads? What about YA fantasy? How about stories with themes of found families, faith, and friendship? Then Iridescent by S. H. Everly is the next book for you! Growing up most of her life in Chicago, seventeen year old Katrina’s world is shattered when her Aunt Jan tells her they areContinue reading “Book Review: Iridescent by S. H. Everly”

Book Review: Seraphim Falling by Stephanie Bwabwa

Seraphim Falling is the first of the three Seraphim Resistance Prequels set in the world of Elledelle. I consumed this book in one sitting, and I can’t wait to read Angel in the Shadow Court! Titaia Scarlethorn Angelfyre is getting ready for her coronation to become the Seraph of Flames, one of eight Saerels, theContinue reading “Book Review: Seraphim Falling by Stephanie Bwabwa”

Book Review: Heir of Lies by Mallory McCartney

I am so happy to be part of the Book Review Tour for Heir of Lies by Mallory McCartney! Special thanks to Fictional Friends for hosting! Heir of Lies is a YA/NA epic fantasy centered around The Academy, a special school for individuals with unique abilities. Though created with pure intentions, dark secrets will resultContinue reading “Book Review: Heir of Lies by Mallory McCartney”

Book Review: Awakening Shadows

Nerdy Book Box is a book box subscription service that supports Indie authors. In the December box, I received a copy of Awakening Shadows, Book 1 of the Navarre Chronicles by Sydney Hawthorn. Awakening Shadows is a dark(ish) fantasy that captures the reader and makes one forget they are reading entirely.  The chapters shift betweenContinue reading “Book Review: Awakening Shadows”