Author Interview: Audrey Coulthurst

Last week, I reviewed the wonderful YA fantasy Of Fire and Stars, and this week I am honored to interview the author Audrey Coulthurst. Residing in Oregon, Coulthurst enjoys playing Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Final Fantasy VII Remake. She also enjoys going for walks in the woods. Coulthurst works for an investment company byContinue reading “Author Interview: Audrey Coulthurst”

Book Review: Of Fire and Stars by Audrey Coulthurst

I stumbled upon Of Fire and Stars (ISBN: 978-0062433268) by Audrey Coulthurst while browsing the YA section of the Bookworm in Myrtle Beach, SC while on vacation. The book blurb captivated me, and upon reading the book I am in awe of the powerful love story Coulthurst has created. Of Fire and Stars is theContinue reading “Book Review: Of Fire and Stars by Audrey Coulthurst”

Author Interview: Maggie Platt

Last week I introduced you to one of my new favorite authors in my book review of Kingdom Above the Cloud. This week I have the honor of interviewing the author Maggie Platt whose writing creates a space in which readers can explore their Christian faith. In addition to being a talented author, Platt isContinue reading “Author Interview: Maggie Platt”

Book Review: Kingdom Above the Cloud

Maggie Platt’s debut novel Kingdom Above the Cloud (ISBN: 978-1-62020-588-4) is a beautifully constructed story that reminds readers that they are worthy of God’s love. I finished this book in three days, and would have finished it even sooner if life had allowed it. Maggie Platt just might be my new favorite author, and IContinue reading “Book Review: Kingdom Above the Cloud”

Author Interview: Katie Dunn

Last week I reviewed the wonderful novel Myth Blessed, and this week I had the honor of interviewing author Katie Dunn. In addition to being a talented author, Dunn is a high school history teacher. Living in Arizona, Dunn enjoys reading and playing games (whether it is video games, board games, or DnD). She alsoContinue reading “Author Interview: Katie Dunn”

Book Review: Myth Blessed by Katie Dunn

I came across author Katie Dunn on Instagram, and when I first heard of her YA contemporary fantasy Myth Blessed (ISBN: 9781699214985)I knew I had to read it. Serena Carter is a normal human — she was never blessed by a myth (mythological creature) despite her parents’ hopes. She plans to move across the countryContinue reading “Book Review: Myth Blessed by Katie Dunn”

Book Review: Etania’s Worth by M. H. Elrich

After interviewing M. H. Elrich back in January, I added her debut novel Etania’s Worth to my TBR (ISBN: 978-1087865751). Upon reading it, I wish I had read it sooner. This was a story I did not realize I needed in my life until I opened the book. Elrich magically captures what is means toContinue reading “Book Review: Etania’s Worth by M. H. Elrich”

Book Review: Claimed by Nicole Adamz

Claimed: The Land of Schism Book One is an epic fantasy for young and new adult readers that follows the first-person perspectives of two Elysians, Ari and Maewyn. The story is full of deception, betrayal, twists, and darkness that will captivate the reader. The fantasy world of Claimed (ISBN: 9781734389319) is quite complex. For example,Continue reading “Book Review: Claimed by Nicole Adamz”

Author Interview: Hannah Carter

I had the privilege of reviewing some of Hannah Carter’s work last week, and this week I was able to interview Carter. Carter is a strong Christian woman, and I feel honored to have her featured here on my blog. In addition to being a talented author, Carter is a pharmacy technician and an onlineContinue reading “Author Interview: Hannah Carter”

Short Story Review: Hannah Carter’s “Amir and the Moon” & “Seashells”

Hannah Carter is a gifted writer with two short stories available online. Her characters’ voices create real emotion for the reader, and once you begin reading Carter’s work, she will quickly become one of your favorite authors. I first fell in love with Carter’s narrative through reading “Amir and the Moon.” This short story isContinue reading “Short Story Review: Hannah Carter’s “Amir and the Moon” & “Seashells””