A Review of “The Girl Who Could See”

The Girl Who Could See by Kara Swanson is a science fiction thriller with a thread of romance. While aimed at new adults (ages 18-25), it’s also suitable for mature teens. Nineteen-year-old Fern Johnson struggles to hold a job and ignore her imaginary friend. She only wants to care for her niece, and shield herContinue reading “A Review of “The Girl Who Could See””

Travel to Katie Clark’s Whispering Tower

K.A.:Excited to have Mrs. Katie Clark on the blog today talking about her newest release, Whispering Tower. Welcome, Katie! Before we launch into all the behind-the-scene fun, tell us about your story. Katie:Whispering Tower is a young adult time travel novel. Katie:Stuck in London for one of her mom’s work trips, Skye Humphries can’t helpContinue reading “Travel to Katie Clark’s Whispering Tower”

Awakened by J.F. Rogers’ Astray

K.A.: Welcome, J.F.! Thanks for stopping by. I’m eager to learn about the world of Astray. Before we dive in, tell us a bit about this first book in your Ariboslia Christian fantasy series for teens. J.F.: A mysterious amulet leads Fallon to everything she’s ever wanted…and possibly her death. After a lifetime with noContinue reading “Awakened by J.F. Rogers’ Astray”

Suit Up for Ralene Burke’s Armor of Aletheia

K.A.: Ralene, welcome! Thanks for stopping by to give us a tour of the world featured in Armor of Aletheia. Tell us about the story that takes place there. Ralene : Armor of Aletheia is a YA fantasy that can be enjoyed by all audiences, but it is targeted at people striving to find theirContinue reading “Suit Up for Ralene Burke’s Armor of Aletheia”

A Review of J.M. Hackman’s Flare

Flare, the second book in J.M. Hackman’s Firebrand Chronicles, is a fantasy adventure aimed at teens. Flare takes us deeper inside the Jasper Territory as Brenna James, a wonderfully resilient and sarcastic teen with ADHD, and her friend Tiny travel to Ginselwyn by way of the travel portal. The story picks up after the dustContinue reading “A Review of J.M. Hackman’s Flare”