Three New Releases Coming in 2023

Three new releases are coming this year: Super Doople, Salvaged Time, and one yet-to-be-announced release! I’m especially excited about these new releases because two are the first picture books I’ve written and illustrated, and one is the second book in my middle-grade series, Snow Globe Travelers. Super Doople and Salvaged Time are available for preorderContinue reading “Three New Releases Coming in 2023”

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”

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”

A Review of “The Edge of Everywhen”

Piper and Phoenix’s father went missing two years ago. Now, after the death of their mother, they must move in with a rigid and wealthy aunt they’ve only met once. Isolated by distance and a lack of cell service and Wi-Fi, the children seek new ways to occupy their time, including snooping around their aunt’sContinue reading “A Review of “The Edge of Everywhen””