Keagan’s Review of “Light of Mine” by Allen Brokken

This is a book review written by my thirteen-year-old son, Keagan. It has been published with his permission. Light of Mine is a Christan novel. It’s aimed at middle-grade readers, and features three fictitious, light-based tools, creatures that have been blessed by God, and a family devoted to God. The main characters are Lauren, Aiden,Continue reading “Keagan’s Review of “Light of Mine” by Allen Brokken”

A Video Review of “The Prince Warriors”

The Prince Warriors is available from Amazon and other book retailers. Content Guide Romance (low)None. Violence (low)Mostly intense moments of danger where characters are injured. Language (low)A few usages of the word stupid. Sensitive Topics (low)Some bullying between characters. About The Prince Warriors The battle is real. As brothers, Xavier and Evan are used toContinue reading “A Video Review of “The Prince Warriors””

Discovering the Wonder in S.E.M. Ishida’s Nick Newton

K.A.:Excited to have S.E.M. Ishida on the blog today talking about her wonderfully inventive, middle-grade steampunk series about a boy named Nick Newton. Welcome, S.E.M.! For those unfamiliar, please tell us about Nick and his story. S.E.M.:Nick Newton Is Not a Genius and its sequel, Nick Newton: The Highest Bidder, are both speculative fiction middleContinue reading “Discovering the Wonder in S.E.M. Ishida’s Nick Newton”

Tangled up in Kendra E. Ardnek’s Hair We Go Again

K.A.:Please join me in welcoming Kendra E. Ardnek to the blog today. She’s the author of the Bookania Quests, a fantasy fairy tale mashup series for preteens. The fifth book in the series, Hair We Go Again, releases in August. Welcome, Kendra! Before we journey into the Bookania world, tell us about your upcoming release—HairContinue reading “Tangled up in Kendra E. Ardnek’s Hair We Go Again”