Keagan’s Review of “Fear No Evil” by Allen Brokken

Fear No Evil is a middle-grade christian fantasy novel by Allen Brokken. It includes magical beings like giants, acidic salamanders, and small goblin-like creatures who live in peace with bears. And a world where the Darkness threatens the peace between all creatures. Lauren, Aiden, and Ethan are separated when the ferry carrying them across aContinue reading “Keagan’s Review of “Fear No Evil” by Allen Brokken”

Three Picture Books to Encourage Faith and Inner Strength

I Am Enough by Grace Byers Empowering and poetic, I Am Enough offers readers a powerful message and engaging illustrations that blend whimsy and realism. While it isn’t a traditional story or specifically Christian like the other two books in this post, it is full of positive affirmations celebrating that everyone and everything has aContinue reading “Three Picture Books to Encourage Faith and Inner Strength”

Unmasking the Story Behind Hope Bolinger and Alyssa Roat’s “Dear Henchman”

K.A.: Hope Bolinger is on the blog today talking about her and co-author Alyssa Roat’s upcoming release Dear Henchman, YA superhero chat-fiction romance. Welcome, Hope! Before we delve behind the scenes, tell us about Dear Henchman. Hope: Henchmen and sidekicks aren’t supposed to fall in love. Or save the world. They’re supposed to brew coffee,Continue reading “Unmasking the Story Behind Hope Bolinger and Alyssa Roat’s “Dear Henchman””

Keagan’s Review: A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle

A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle is a middle-grade novel with a blend of science fiction and fantasy. It was published in early 1962 after being rejected in previous years. The story follows a girl named Meg as she tries to find her father. Meg’s little brother, Charles Wallace, and her new friend Calvin O’KeefeContinue reading “Keagan’s Review: A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle”