This week we’re getting to know Adeleke Kayode, author of the sci-fi Noble series and the fantasy Nether Chronicles series. If you’re looking for a fun, easy read, check them out.
Trent and his allies have left the safety of the kingdom of Taren and now journey into the Outland in search of the black key. The Outland is a place where scoundrels and rogues run amok, people battle to the death for sport, and even the seemingly harmless locals can’t be trusted not to slit your throat.
Trent, Jenko and Lily will need their wits about them if they are to survive. The crowned city they are from might as well be a different world compared to the Outland. The rules are different and ever changing. And if you can’t learn fast you won’t live long.
They might not be knights yet but they’re on a mission of great importance. While the secrets of the black key remain a mysterious to a select few. The power that it might hold is too danger to just let anyone get their hands on it.
Join Trent and his friends as he continues his journey and witness his tale unfold, these are his story, his chronicles. Continue reading “Meet Adeleke Kayode”
This week I’m introducing my best friend and Critique Partner, the one and only Krystle Kwiatkowski. Not only is she writing a paranormal TV show pilot that I can’t wait to binge watch, but she is also one of the authors for the anthology Winter Neverland.
Journey through a forever Christmas land and fight candy cane monsters. Open questionable gift boxes full of snow. Cozy up by the fireplace with a warm cup of Isabella’s Coffee. Walk with a teen through an unfamiliar world after he wishes he never met his best friend. Run through the forest with an English Princess and wonder what she is running from. Help a lost traveler find their way home in the snow … follow us to Winter Neverland! Continue reading “Meet Krystle Kwiatkowski”
This week we’re getting to know Katy Huth Jones, author of the He Who Finds Mercy series, beginning with Mercy’s Prince, and many other fantasy novels. With dragons, monsters, magic, and more, fans of classic fantasy will love her books.
As second son of the King of Levathia, seventeen-year-old Valerian desires the quiet life of a scholarly monk. But when he fails to save his older brother in battle, Valerian must instead become crown prince.
While a traitorous knight schemes against him, Valerian meets Mercy, a pacifist Healer with whom he can speak mind-to-mind like the great dragons. Their bond emboldens Valerian to seek out the legendary dragons and ask for their help against the monsters who killed his brother.
Can Valerian survive the traitor’s assassins long enough to find the dragons? And if he does, can he convince them to lay aside their hatred of humans and help him save the land from destruction? Continue reading “Meet Katy Huth Jones”
This week I’m introducing you all to Carissa Andrews, author of the riveting dystopian YA series, The Pendomus Chronicles. All three books; Pendomus, Polarities, and Revolutions, are available now. If you love action packed stories about strong, complicated characters fighting against impossible odds, you’ll love these books.
A secret hidden in plain sight. A devastating attack. And a world hanging in the balance.
There are a lot of things I wish I’d known earlier—but three top my “wow, she was naïve” list.
First—there are others on Pendomus.
Second—a prophecy is in motion & I hold the key to the survival of literally everything.
Third—I’m being hunted by a madman who is desperately trying to wipe me from existence.
So yeah, no pressure. Continue reading “Meet Carissa Andrews”
This week we’re getting to know Gina Dewink, the author of the novel, Time In My Pocket. It’s difficult to categorize this amazing novel, but that certainly doesn’t detract from its superb quality. A bit of fantasy, a bit of historical fiction, with a hint of women’s fiction. If you’re a mom bookworm, you’ll love Time In My Pocket.
She woke up in 1947…in someone else’s body.
When a sarcastic mother of two is offered the chance to go back in time through an antique locket’s mirror, she is told she must look past herself. But when she does, she escapes the confines of her (imagined) domestic prison and comes face-to-face with the reality of life in the 1940’s – glamour, communism, smallpox and all. Now she must find a way to return to life before falling through the mirror. Humor, history and sci fi coalesce in this breakout novel, TIME IN MY POCKET. Continue reading “Meet Gina Dewink”