Review: Fawkes by Nadine Brandes

Fawkes by Nadine Brandes My rating: 3.75 of 5 stars Nadine Brandes’ latest YA book was an incredible allegorical take on the conflict during the Protestant Reformation. It zeroes on just one of the many conflicts that went on at that time, and presents it in a new way with a fantasy slant. What I loved: Color magic... Continue Reading →

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Review: Sweet Black Waves by Kristina Pérez

Okay, I knew this book wasn’t going to have a Disney-esque ending but still...that hurt. Pretty please can we have a sequel? This book really should’ve been release in January instead of June, because this book is the perfect midwinter read. It has a dark, lush setting that gives life to the brutal magic and... Continue Reading →

Author Advice: Olivia “Livy” Lynn Jarsmuch

For today’s author interview, we have a chance to hear from Olivia "Livvy" Lynn Jarsmuch, author of the The Coronation, Regal Hearts Series, and more! Livy Lynn in her own words: I’m a twenty-something author, singer, and songwriter. I enjoy crafting YA fiction that is pure, lovely, inspirational, and of course, entertaining! When I’m not writing, you... Continue Reading →

Review: Unbreakable by Sara Ella

Unbreakable by Sara Ella My rating: 3 of 5 stars STOP! This review contains spoilers from Unblemished and Unraveling. Do not continue any further until you have read those books. 😉 I liked Unblemished, and I loved Unraveling, so I couldn't wait to get my hands on this book. Unfortunately, it only earned 3.5 stars... Continue Reading →

Author Advice: Kenley Davidson

Today for our Author Advice series, we have Kenley Davidson, author of the The Andari Chronicles and Conclave Worlds series.  You can read my reviews of The Andari Chronicles here: Traitor's Masque--Goldheart--Pirouette--Shadow & Thorn About Kenley Davidson: She loves rain, roller-coasters, coffee and happy endings, and is somewhat addicted to researching random facts and reading the... Continue Reading →

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