Review of “Given to Fly” by JD Estrada

I smiled the entire time I read this book. It's sweet, fun, colorful, imaginative, and includes wonderful lessons for any child or adult. The wordplay often made me chuckle, and the writing proves Mr. Estrada is a poet even in prose. The story reminded me at times of "Alice in Wonderland " and at times... Continue Reading →

ALTERNI Cover Reveal

I'm having so much fun writing this new series with new characters, a new world, and new monsters!  Here's the brand new cover for The Alt-World Chronicles Book 1, ALTERNI.  Description:  Ever have a nightmare where you're naked in public? What if everyone else in the room was also naked…and also a version of yourself?... Continue Reading →

Review of “Border Lines” & NEW RELEASE “Every Storm Breaks” by L.E. Fitzpatrick

(I don't normally post reviews of sequels, but these books are REALLY good, you guys.  To see my earlier review for Book 1 in this series, go here:  The Running Game) I love sequels that don’t feel the need to recap every little thing from the first book before moving on with the story. While... Continue Reading →

Cover Reveal – Locke and Keye

I really enjoyed Anatomy of a Darkened Heart by Christie Stratos, and I'm definitely looking forward to her new book, Locke and Keye.  Christie was kind enough to let me be a part of her cover reveal for this, her second book, and I'm excited to share it here along with the blurb (and a... Continue Reading →

Review of “The Road to Grandeur” by Brandt Trebor

First of all, the blurb for this book doesn't do it justice.  The story is a full-out adventure in a magical world populated by every fantasy creature you'd hope to find, and there's plenty of heart and comedy thrown in. I loved all the twists the plot took in bringing together the main characters, and... Continue Reading →

Review of “Ewan Pendle and the White Wraith” by Shaun Hume

It’s impossible to write a review of this and not mention the similarities to Harry Potter.  A parentless boy is whisked away from the ordinary world and taken to a fantastical school.  He ends up with really only two friends, one of whom has constantly unruly hair.  Each class focuses on a different discipline and... Continue Reading →

Review of “The Elemental” & “The Empath” by Lisa Veldkamp

I’ve read a couple of fantasy/magic-based stories using the elements as the source for magic, and I liked the everyday approach to them in this story. Catherine and her gifted circle of friends lead pretty ordinary lives, but they use their gifts to help others in subtle ways every day. I WOULD say that there’s... Continue Reading →

“The Kota” Relauched

THIS WEEKEND ONLY, GRAB THE KOTA FOR $0.99!  A terrifying virus. A global tyranny. Humanity remembers no better life. It’s time to give them one. Troy Kandoya wants nothing to do with his brother’s Kota movement. But when the DRK virus threatens mankind and strange portals open in the sky, the Kota are the only... Continue Reading →

“The Prophet” NEW RELEASE!

Woo-hoo! It's finally done. Starting today, if you sign up for my mailing list (and if you're already on my list, you should be getting a link soon) you'll receive a free, brand new, exclusive copy of The Prophet (The Kota Series Companion Story). This is the story of the prophets who originally wrote the... Continue Reading →

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