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 her … Continue reading A Review of “The Girl Who Could See”
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 dust … Continue reading A Review of J.M. Hackman’s Flare
K.A.: Laurie Lucking, the author of the lovely fantasy adventure Common, is here to give us an inside look into the world building featured in the story. Also, yesterday marked the one-year anniversary of Common's release date!Happy Book Birthday, Laurie, and thanks for coming on the blog. For those who aren’t familiar with Common, tell … Continue reading Enchanted by Laurie Lucking’s Common
K.A.: J.M., thanks for coming on the blog. Having enjoyed Spark, the first book in The Firebrand Chronicles, I'm looking forward to learning more about the world of Linneah. First, for those who aren't familiar with the story, tell us a bit about it. J.M.: Spark and Flare, books one and two in The Firebrand … Continue reading The Firebrand Chronicles Forged by J.M. Hackman
K.A.: Thanks for taking a moment give us an inside look into the story world you built for Earthcore: RotoVegas. Before we travel there, tell us a bit about the story. Grace: RotoVegas is for middle grade and YA readers, and adults love it too! Genre: Urban Fantasy with New Zealand mythology and geology. Anira … Continue reading Inside the World of Earthcore by Grace Bridges
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