Humans can’t see lucents… except for Eris. Sixteen year old Eris Payton wants more than anything to fit in – struggling to reinvent herself – when she meets Nelson, who offers an escape from her current hell into the unknown shadows of his world, and she can’t say no before she learns just how different she really is… changing her life in a way she … Continue reading Cover Reveal of Ann Snizek’s Latest YA Sci Fi!
Liz Long, an amazing author friend of mine, is celebrating today as she reveals the super awesome cover of the third and final book in her Heroes of Acania trilogy and I’m leading a cheer squad for her!! Check it out! SuperNova (HoA #1), Fortune’s Favor (HoA #2), Unbreakable (HoA #3) Heroes of Arcania Trilogy COVER REVEAL May 26th, 2016 Book One: The streets of Arcania are overrun with … Continue reading Cover Reveal… Drum Roll Please…
Every once in a while I have the privilege of helping a fellow author celebrate the birth of a new creation! Today I am doing just that with my friend Annie Douglass Lima and her latest book The Gladiator and the Guard! Please join me in welcoming a new YA fantasy book into the world! She writes: I’m excited to announce that my young adult action … Continue reading Please Welcome A New YA Fantasy into the World!
I loved The Wrath and The Dawn, and could not wait for this second book in The Wrath & The Dawn series by Renee Ahdieh! SUMMARY (from back): In a land on the brink of war, Shahrzad has been torn from the love of her husband Khalid, the Caliph of Khorasan. She once believed him a monster, but his secrets revealed a man tormented by guilt … Continue reading Review of The Rose and The Dawn
We’re at it again! This time 28 great Fantasy Authors have banded together to bring you an awesome prize. What prize? Maybe I should’ve said PRIZES! That’s right, the winner of this giveaway gets a $50 Amazon.com certificate AND an ebook bundle of 28 wonderful flinch free fantasy novels. Why flinch free? We’re all members of Clean Indie Reads which means you won’t find anything more graphic than a … Continue reading