Book Review: Romanov by Nadine Brandes

I had heard so many good things about Romanov by Nadine Brandes on Bookstagram – I was a bit hesitant to start because the last Bookstagram recommendation greatly disappointed me (The Cruel Prince by Holly Black), but Romanov truly lived up to the hype! Romanov is a historical fantasy based on the real-life Romanov familyContinue reading “Book Review: Romanov by Nadine Brandes”

Book Review: Legend of the Rainbow Eater by Kristiana Sfirlea

Have you had a chance to read Legend of the Storm Sneezer yet? Well, you need to finish that wonderful book so you can continue the adventures of Rose and Marek in The Stormwatch Diaries in book number 2 Legend of the Rainbow Eater!!!! Wow – four exclamation points? I must be really excited! AndContinue reading “Book Review: Legend of the Rainbow Eater by Kristiana Sfirlea”

Bookish Shop Feature: Fablebands

Happy Saturday! This morning I have the pleasure of sharing an interview with one of my favorite shops: Fablebands! Fablebands is a shop providing people with beautiful bookish headbands and scrunchies! See my interview below with the shop owner, Mylene to learn more. Q) What inspired you to create your small business, Fablebands? A) I’ve alwaysContinue reading “Bookish Shop Feature: Fablebands”

Author Interview: Laura L. Zimmerman

Last week I reviewed Keen by Laura L. Zimmerman, and this week I have the pleasure to interview her! In addition to being a talented writer, Zimmerman is a full-time mom and home educator to her youngest child located in North Carolina. Some fun facts about Zimmerman are that she has no self-control when itContinue reading “Author Interview: Laura L. Zimmerman”

Author Interview: C. E. Stone

Next Saturday, June 19, is the day – it is the release of the highly anticipated Christian space opera Starganauts by C. E. Stone! Book Blurb: Kaity Anderson was a new bride on her wedding day. Samantha Harris was an engineer who had given up all to follow God.  Kaity’s reception is ruined when anContinue reading “Author Interview: C. E. Stone”

Author Interview: Ellen McGinty

Last week I shared my review of the wonderful The Water Child, and this week I get to share an interview with the author! Ellen McGinty is a mother, a homemaker, a writer, a curious nomad, and a pastor’s wife. She resides in Japan. When asked what her favorite thing about living in Japan is,Continue reading “Author Interview: Ellen McGinty”

Author Interview: S. H. Everly

Last week, I reviewed the wonderful YA fantasy Iridescent. This week, I have the honor of sharing an interview with the author S. H. Everly! When she isn’t writing or pursuing her MBA she enjoys painting, specifically landscapes and beach scenes, and baking gluten-free desserts. She is actually soon to be a Registered Dietician Nutritionist.Continue reading “Author Interview: S. H. Everly”

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”

Bookish Shop Feature: Book Nook Sleeves

Happy Saturday, friends! Today I have the privilege of interviewing Heather Orne, the creator and owner of Book Nook Sleeves (BNS). BNS is a shop I discovered on Instagram, and I am now obsessed with their fabric pin hoops and booksleeves! Read our full interview below to learn more. Q) What inspired you to createContinue reading “Bookish Shop Feature: Book Nook Sleeves”

Author Interview: Stephanie Bwabwa

Last week I shared my review of the YA fantasy Seraphim Falling, and this week I am thrilled to be sharing an interview with the wonderful author Stephanie Bwabwa! Residing in Maryland, Bwabwa is the CEO and founder of Bwabs Collective LLC, a YA fantasy author, creator of the fantasy world: Elledelle, podcaster, and aContinue reading “Author Interview: Stephanie Bwabwa”