Book Review: Demons Lie (A Girl’s Guide to Witchcraft and Demon Hunting, #1) by Sherry D. Ficklin

Aria Dupree is a bad-ass demon hunter whose senior year could be her greatest challenge yet. Aria is traveling the world, closing gateways to the demon realm while on the hunt for the demon who killed her mother. In Red Prairie, TX she has two goals: end the demon she senses there and graduate high […]

Book Review: Watch You Burn by Amanda Searcy

WATCH YOU BURN is about Jenny, a teen with a bad history related to fires–as in she has a tendency to start them. Jenny has just been sent to live with her dad, a contractor who is renovating an old motel in New Mexico, because there’s an arson investigation back home in Ohio, and things have […]

Author Spotlight: Happy LaShelle

Name:   Happy LaShelle  Author of:   According to Audrey (Clean Teen Publishing)   Can you tell me about the first piece you remember writing? Well, like a lot of writers I stapled and taped my own books together when I was a kid. My mom saved a bunch of them and they’re kind of precious to […]

Blog Tour: I Do Not Trust You by Laura J. Burns and Melinda Metz

  Laura J. Burns and Melinda Metz, authors of Sanctuary Bay and the Edgar-nominated mystery series Wright and Wong, are back with a story that features their signature plot twists and uneasy ever-changing alliances. I DO NOT TRUST YOU (Wednesday Books; September 11, 2018) is a thrilling journey at every turn that asks – what […]

Book Blitz: Hiro Loves Kite by Lauren Nicolle Taylor

  Hiro Loves Kite Lauren Nicolle Taylor (Paper Stars #2) Published by: Clean Teen Publishing Publication date: August 27th 2018 Genres: Historical, Young Adult We offer our wounds and scars. Understanding that’s part of what makes us beautiful. Nora finally has her beloved sister Frankie back but that’s just the beginning of their struggles. She […]

Author Spotlight: Rebecca Carpenter

Name: Rebecca Carpenter   Author of: The Metamorphosis Series: Butterfly Bones (Book 1), Butterfly Blood (Book 2, Available 8/28/18, Lakewater Press) From: Fruita, Colorado   Can you tell me about the first piece you remember writing? I began writing as soon as I could form a sentence on paper. But the first piece that brought attention to my […]

Book Review: Sadie by Courtney Summers

My first thought about Sadie was “DAMN!” That’s it. That is, quite literally, the only word I could find that effectively describe what I felt when I finished the book. This book quickly shot to the top of my favorite reads list! Sadie, by Courtney Summers, is an intense novel about love and vengeance. “And it begins, […]

Book Review: Butterfly Blood by Rebecca Carpenter

“Nature demands payment. And nature demands balance.” With the events of Butterfly Bones barely behind her, Bethany Keatley has just begun to settle into her new life when mother nature rears her ugly head again. Cured of her bone disease and still reeling from her father’s last act, Bethany is now living with her aunt […]

Author Spotlight: Annie Sullivan

Name:   Annie Sullivan   Author of:   A Touch of Gold (HarperCollins Publishing, Available August 14, 2018)       Can you tell me about the first piece you remember writing?  I started out writing short poems in grade school, and one even got published in a local poetry book. But the first short story I wrote definitely had […]

Author Spotlight: Sonia Hartl

    Name: Sonia Hartl Author of: Have a Little Faith in Me (Coming from Page Street, Fall 2019) From: Grand Rapids, MI   Can you tell me about the first piece you remember writing? The first thing I wrote was a book about penguins in the first grade for a school project, but I […]