Cover Reveal: Chaos Theory by Susan Harris

We’re thrilled to share the official cover reveal for a brand new young adult vampire series by best-selling author Susan Harris! CHAOS THEORY is the first book in THE SANGUINE CROWN series, which releases on May 20, 2020. CHAOS THEORY brings vampires back in popular form as this new series pays homage to the classics, […]

Book Review: The Hollow Queen by Sherry D. Ficklin

Sherry Ficklin continues to thrust us directly into the turbulent machinations of the life in the Romanov Court. The Hollow Queen is the latest novel in the Stolen Empire series and it does not disappoint. We were introduced to Elizabeth in the novella Winter Queen (link to Winter Queen review) and now, we join Elizabeth […]

Book Review: Gravemaidens by Kelly Coon

Kammani is a healer, a skill she learned from her father who was banished into a life of poverty after failing to save the son of a ruler. Now the ruler is dying and, according to tradition, the three most beautiful girls have been chosen for the ultimate honor of accompanying him in the tomb—and […]

Book Review: The Winter Queen (Stolen Empire #4) by Sherry Ficklin

I’m a fan of historical fiction and I LOVE the Stolen Empire series—I can’t get enough of it. I was thrilled when I found out there was going to be another book in the series, and again when I receive a copy of Sherry Ficklin’s latest novella in the series. The Winter Queen is a […]

Book Review: Romanov by Nadine Brandes

     One of the stories from history that has always intrigued me (and so many other people) is that of the Romanov family, particularly Anastasia. So much mystery still surrounds the last hours and minutes of her life, as well as her death. And so many theories have been entertained. In Romanov author Nadine Brandes […]

Book Review: White Stag (Permafrost #1) by Kara Barbieri

Jenneke is a human who’s been living amongst the goblins in the Permafrost since they raided her village a hundred years ago. When a fight between two powerful goblins leads to the death of the Erlking, a hunt ensues: the goblin who fells the escaped white stag (the embodiment of the goblin king’s power) will […]

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 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: 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 […]