Character Interview with Lauren

Lauren from Allen Brokken’s Towers of Light series is on the blog today, sharing fun insights—including what’s on her bucket list. Towers of Light is a middle-grade Christian fantasy series. The fifth book in the series, Wellspring of Life, released on November 4th. (Details about the launch tour and a giveaway after the interview.) WhatContinue reading “Character Interview with Lauren”

Character Adventure with Phyllis & Kandi

Kandi Wyatt & Phyllis Wheeler are on the blog today celebrating their November new releases. Kandi’s Exhalted is the third book in her best-selling dragon fantasy series for young adults, and Phyllis’s Guardians of Time is the first book in her middle-grade time travel series. But instead of a traditional interview, we’ll be mixing thingsContinue reading “Character Adventure with Phyllis & Kandi”

Success or Failure?

November is National Novel Writing Month. The time when many writers will embark on a mission to write a novel in 30 days. Or at least 50,000 words towards a novel project. “Winning” at NaNoWriMo means reaching the 50K benchmark by November 30th. My apologies for not posting sooner. I intended to share the resultsContinue reading “Success or Failure?”

Still Small Voice Audiobook & Unit Study Launch with Allen Brokken

Join the Still Small Voice launch event on Thursday, May 26th at 7pm! There’ll be games, prizes, and a live event with author Allen Brokken, narrator Stacey Bradshaw, and several others, including myself. It has been a joy working with Allen to create unit studies for his middle-grade Christian fantasy Towers of Light series. StillContinue reading “Still Small Voice Audiobook & Unit Study Launch with Allen Brokken”

Keagan’s Review: Mercury Hale Series

At-A-Glance Titles: Mercury on Guard, Mercury for Hire, and Mercury at Risk Author: Steve RzasaSeries: Mercury HaleBooks in Series: 6 Genre: Superhero/sci-fiAudience: AdultRelease Date: 2019-2020 This book reminds me of: Guardians of the Galaxy, but set on Earth. Content: Suitable for teens and adults. The books don’t contain any strong language or on-page intimacy. ThereContinue reading “Keagan’s Review: Mercury Hale Series”