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”

Realm Awards Finalists

Realm Makers announced the finalists for this year’s Realm Awards, and the audiobooks for both Snow Globe Travelers and The Warehouse Tour are on the list! The official winners won’t be announced until the awards dinner during this summer’s conference on July 22nd, but it’s an honor just to see both audiobooks make it toContinue reading “Realm Awards Finalists”

Keagan’s Review: Spin the Golden Lightbulb

At-A-Glance Title: Spin the Golden Light Bulb Author: Jackie YeagerSeries: The Crimson FiveSeries Order: 1 of 3 Genre: Science FictionAudience: Middle GradeRelease Date: January 2018 This book reminds me of: The hover scooters and buses reminded me of Back to the Future, but the rest of the story felt unique. Review Spin the Golden LightContinue reading “Keagan’s Review: Spin the Golden Lightbulb”

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”