Review of Ivy’s Tangle by P. D. Kalnay

Fourteen-year-old Jack has spent his life being shuttled back and forth between his divorced parents. He’s also spent a small amount of time in military school. One day his parents decide he needs more stability so they send him to… Read more

Inhuman Emergence: Innocence by Blake Gardner Book Tour Stop

Paperback: 188 pages Publisher: Digistyle (August 21, 2015) Language: English ISBN-10: 1939289688 ISBN-13: 978-1939289681 BOOK SYNOPSIS Before taking the drug, Owen was just a normal kid. Now he could read minds, predict the future, and do things he didn’t have the vocabulary to describe. But… Read more

Interview with Blake Gardner Author of Inhuman Emergence: Innocence

  In anticipation of Blake Gardner’s upcoming Virtual Book Tour for “Inhuman Emergence: Innocence” (November 30th thru December 4th) via My Book Tour, I took the opportunity to interview the author. Blake had some interesting things to say about the… Read more

Happily Ever High School by Savannah Ostler Tour Stop and Book Review

  File Size: 4687 KB Print Length: 356 pages Publisher: Howling Wolf / Ravenswood Publishing (January 18, 2015) Publication Date: January 18, 2015 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc. SYNOPSIS: Seventeen year old Albany French wants nothing more than to find… Read more

Review of Magic, Mayhem and Life Underground with Bunkie by Shelley Brown

You can’t go wrong when you name a children’s book Magic, Mayhem and Life Underground with Bunkie and author Shelley Brown doesn’t disappoint with this one. Bunkie is a lazy little rabbit who enjoys whiling away the days napping. Summer… Read more

Review of The Secret of Sinbad’s Cave by Brydie Walker Bain

Many children have fantasies about cave exploration, magic and catching bad guys. The Secret of Sinbad’s Cave takes you on a mystical journey to satisfy anyone’s fantasy, since the story is suitable for any age group! Nat, Jack and Kathleen’s… Read more

Review of Delano in Hollyhook by Cameron Glenn

Delano Farnsworth grew up without his parents, having been left in an uncle’s care on his third birthday. Growing up, Delano read many stories about orphaned kids with glamorous lives. These fantastical orphans were cool and lived daring, magical lives…. Read more

Review of Brave New Girls: Tales of Girls and Gadgets, Edited by Paige Daniels and Mary Fan

  What a fantastic concept for an anthology. A book that highlights a diverse group of intelligent young heroines is sure to be a hit among youngsters and adults. The stories contained within Brave New Girls (Tales of Girls and… Read more

Review of A Month of Bedtime Stories by Neil McFarlane

Australian storyteller, Neil McFarlane, has assembled a month’s worth of adventure stories in one unique children’s book. Far from the ordinary storybook, A Month of Bedtime Stories addresses the individual child so they can quickly imagine themselves as the main… Read more

Review of Everflame by Dylan Lee Peters

Although Fantasy isn’t usually my first book genre choice, I decided to download a copy of Everflame for two reasons. The first being it was free, the second because it had garnered over 930 Amazon reviews, with four stars being… Read more