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”

Happy New Year Book Unicorns!

Happy New Year book unicorns! I hope your January is off to a blessed start so far, and your goal list is filled with great books to read! If you aren’t sure what to read next, and you enjoy young adult fantasy, then take the online quiz below to help find your next favorite book!Continue reading “Happy New Year Book Unicorns!”

Happy Release Day to The Depths of Atlantis!

Yay, The Depths of Atlantis by Hannah Carter releases TODAY! *balloons drop from the ceiling, a marching band plays, and Taylor Swift sings ‘Celebration’ (Taylor’s Version, obvs.)* Thank you everyone who has joined us in the blog party celebrating Hannah and her wonderful characters! I hope you have had as much fun as I have,Continue reading “Happy Release Day to The Depths of Atlantis!”

Author Interview: Hannah Carter

As part of the week-long blog party in celebration of the upcoming release of The Depths of Atlantis, I had the privilege of interviewing the author, Hannah Carter! Residing in Kentucky, Hannah is an award-winning author. Her flash fiction piece, “A Home for Nova,” won not only Havok’s Prismatic Editor’s Choice award, but also aContinue reading “Author Interview: Hannah Carter”

The Depths of Atlantis Release Week Celebration!

Happy Wednesday, friends! Though I usually share on Saturdays, today marks the start of a special celebration. One week from today, The Depths of Atlantis by Hannah Carter releases through SnowRidge Press! Now through release on November 2, I will be sharing special blog features daily to help celebrate!* What’s this YA Fantasy Book About?Continue reading “The Depths of Atlantis Release Week Celebration!”

Aivan: The One Truth News

My debut YA fantasy novella, Aivan: The One Truth, has been out in the world for almost 3 months now! Recently, the cover, which was designed by Hannah Linder, won second place in the Winter 2022 Clean Fiction Cover Art Contest! *cue confetti* Clean Fiction Magazine, host of the cover art contest, specializes in indieContinue reading “Aivan: The One Truth News”

Aivan: The One Truth Releases in ONE Week!

Hello friends! I’m excited to announce that my debut YA fantasy novella Aivan: The One Truth is releasing one week from today! *cue confetti and happy dancing* In celebration of the release, I have a few fun things planned including a blog tour that begins tomorrow and runs through July 26. Each blog tour spotContinue reading “Aivan: The One Truth Releases in ONE Week!”

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: 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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