Guest Post: Writing What You Know by Allen Brokken

Allen Brokken is on the blog today. He’s the author of the Towers of Light Series, a middle-grade christian fantasy series. The second book in the series, Still Small Voice, released on July 24th. Allen’s kindly offered to share his thoughts and experiences on drawing stories from real life. Please welcome Allen Brokken! One ofContinue reading “Guest Post: Writing What You Know by Allen Brokken”

Publishers Weekly

When Snow Globe Travelers: Samuel’s Legacy launched last year, I didn’t know much about the publishing world. My marketing plan was to throw spaghetti at the wall and see what stuck. Not a great approach, but I learned from it. (In fact, I’m still learning from it. There’s a lot of moving parts.) About aContinue reading “Publishers Weekly”

“Still Small Voice” Cover Reveal

As defenders of the light, three children embark on a journey to stop the dark forces invading their land. Because of their faith, twelve-year-old Lauren and her younger brothers, Aiden and Ethan, prevailed in the battle for the Tower of Light. But their victory did not stop the Dark One. Darkness continues to spread acrossContinue reading ““Still Small Voice” Cover Reveal”

Journey to Allen Brokken’s Towers of Light Series

K.A.:Allen Brokken is on the blog today, talking about his upcoming release, Light of Mine! It’s the first book in his Towers of Light Series, a Christian fantasy series aimed at middle-grade readers. It’s good to have you here, Allen! Before we launch into all the behind-the-scene fun, tell us about your series. Allen:The TowersContinue reading “Journey to Allen Brokken’s Towers of Light Series”

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”