Daphne Self: Author Interview

Daphne Self is originally from Mississippi but now lives in Iowa, a state that frequently gives her snow. She is a multi-genre author who has won several awards for her works. Outside of writing, Daphne enjoys creating art whether it’s a fluid paint piece or scrapbooking. She also makes “potions” which are tinctures, teas, andContinue reading “Daphne Self: Author Interview”

A Twist of Tides by Hannah Carter: Book Review

A Twist of Tides by Hannah Carter is the second installment of The Atlantis Trilogy. Book one, The Depths of Atlantis, released last year. You can revisit the blog party celebrating the release of The Depths of Atlantis here, and find my review of A Twist of Tides below! A Tidal Wave of Emotion HannahContinue reading “A Twist of Tides by Hannah Carter: Book Review”

Hope Amid the Pain by Leslie L. McKee

Guest Post by Leslie L. McKee Introduction Life can become overwhelming. Often, it is easy to feel alone–to feel that no one understands. It is comforting to remember that despite our emotions, God has not abandoned us. Additional comfort is found in community that lifts us closer to truths found in God’s love. Author LeslieContinue reading “Hope Amid the Pain by Leslie L. McKee”

Sara Ella: Author Interview

Sara Ella is a wonderfully talented author who’s stories captivate readers while offering hope and beautiful truths. Last week, I reviewed her YA fantasy dystopian novel The Wonderland Trials. Today, I am interviewing Sara on the blog! Meet Author Sara Ella Once upon a time, Sara Ella dreamed she would marry a prince and liveContinue reading “Sara Ella: Author Interview”

The Wonderland Trials: Book Review

The Wonderland Trials by Sara Ella is a whimsical and exciting reimagining of Lewis Carroll’s renowned Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Already arguably eccentrically lovable in its original form, Sara Ella transforms Wonderland to a riveting and mysterious dystopian fantasy that pulls you in immediately–It is destined to become a classic in its own time. BookContinue reading “The Wonderland Trials: Book Review”

The Girl Who Drank The Moon

The Girl Who Drank The Moon by Kelly Barnhill is an award-winning middle grade fantasy book. Despite being active in the book communities across social media, I stumbled upon this book by chance while in Barnes and Noble. My husband takes me shopping for books every year for my birthday, and I saw The GirlContinue reading “The Girl Who Drank The Moon”

Child of Prophecy: Character Interview

Child of Prophecy by T. E. Bradford is an excellently crafted fantasy world with layers of faith and love. If you would like to learn more about my thoughts on Child of Prophecy, and why I think it is such a wonderful book, check out my full review here. Today, two of the main charactersContinue reading “Child of Prophecy: Character Interview”

Allen Steadham: Author Interview

Allen Steadham is a Christian, author, husband, father, and Information Technology professional in Texas. He has authored multiple books across a few different genres including The Former Things, which I reviewed last week (spoiler: it’s a must read for fans of contemporary romance). I’m so excited to learn more about Allen and his writing inContinue reading “Allen Steadham: Author Interview”

The Former Things by Allen Steadham

The Former Things by Allen Steadham is a must read for fans of both contemporary fiction and adult, clean romance. I listened to the audio version of this book. The beginning of the story takes a little bit to pick-up. But after the first twenty minutes or so, I found myself invested completely in Sean’sContinue reading “The Former Things by Allen Steadham”

Nikki Mitchell: Author Interview

Nikki Mitchell is an author, freelancer for her local newspaper, and homeschooling mama of two in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. When asked what she likes to do in her spare time she explained that she loved adventure and being outside. “The county I live in has 314 lakes, 900 miles of river, 8 waterfalls, and I’mContinue reading “Nikki Mitchell: Author Interview”