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”

Snow Globe Travelers Audiobook Tour & Special Edition Hardback

Snow Globe Traveler: Samuel’s Legacy is now on audio! It’s narrated by Audie and Earphones award-winning narrator Nancy Peterson. She did an amazing job bringing Sarah’s story to life and was such a blessing to work with. A special edition hardback of Samuel’s Legacy was released along with the audiobook. (Details below.) To celebrate, aContinue reading “Snow Globe Travelers Audiobook Tour & Special Edition Hardback”

Guest Post: Swords and Magic and Intrigue, Oh My by Lee James

Lee James is on the blog today. She’s the author of Casket Case, Sweet Honesty, and the recent Christian fantasy release Azriel. Lee’s kindly offered to share some insight into her creative journey and the characters of Azriel. Please welcome Lee James! I’ve always been a huge fan of the fantasy genre. Swords and intrigueContinue reading “Guest Post: Swords and Magic and Intrigue, Oh My by Lee James”

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”