Book lovers, imagine what it would be like to see the spoken words of a gifted storyteller crystallizing into tangible objects right before your eyes! This idea is what initially lured me to Lindsay A. Franklin's debut fiction novel, The Story Peddler. What kept me tethered to the story was her imaginative world-building, valiant characters, and the thrill of discovery.
I'd like to begin today by welcoming new readers and email subscribers. I'm so happy that you are here and I hope you enjoy the content that we share. I write we because my son guest posts from time to time. He is a 6th grade student, bookworm (like his mama), and a member of his school's newspaper … Continue reading Mindwar by Andrew Klavan
About the Book Nigel Hopkins finds himself in the trenches of World War I under the command of teenage atheist 2/Lt C.S. Lewis. Nigel and his war dog must learn the source of true courage while facing a desperate enemy in No Man’s Land in the final offensive of the war. Meanwhile, underage WAAC Elsie … Continue reading Review: War in the Wasteland by Douglas Bond
** I reviewed this book thinking it was middle grade fiction (as noted on Amazon). However, the author has let me know THE REVOLT is indeed Young Adult YA or adult fiction, appropriate for 15 and up. The 1/2 star I shaved off for content (I felt too mature for MG fiction) has been added … Continue reading The Revolt: A Novel in Wycliffe’s England by Douglas Bond
Add it to your Goodreads list. Follow the Author Website | Twitter | Facebook | Pinterest Left on Castle Island to attend Camp Classic, thirteen-year-old, scrawny, redheaded, homeschooled Levi Prince finds himself at the center of an enchanted world of amazing abilities, cloudy motives, and wicked beings that will challenge his very spirit. He begins to form … Continue reading The Trojan Horse Traitor by Amy C. Blake | Book Review & Giveaway
Why I chose this book... I am a huge fan of Christian fiction authors for their desire to glorify God through their writing. Harnessing their creativity and God given talent these authors generate wholesome entertainment to suit the tastes of almost any reader. This week I took the plunge into Grit of Berth and Stone by … Continue reading Christian YA Fantasy Review | Grit of Berth and Stone by Lisa Dunn
Description Due to her parents promise at her birth, Lady Rosemarie has been prepared to become a nun on the day she turns eighteen. Then, shortly before her birthday, a friend of her father's enters the kingdom and proclaims her parents will left a second choice if Rosemarie can marry before the eve of her … Continue reading An Uncertain Choice by Jody Hedlund | Book Review