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Author Archives: Joanna Celeste

Joanna Celeste is at heart a storyteller, writing reviews, short stories, poems, articles and the occasional novel-in-progress, as well as interviewing others to discover their point of view, in the celebration of story. She welcomes emails from her readers at joanna_celeste [at], though she is currently booked for reviews through to January 2014. Visit her at

Book Review: The Long, Steep Path by Catherine Ryan Hyde

Catherine Ryan Hyde debuts her wonderful memoir, The Long, Steep Path. Read More »

Book Review: Earth Girl by Janet Edwards

Debut novel Earth Girl, by Janet Edwards, is a fantastic Sci-Fi YA that is sure to delight readers of all ages. Read More »

Interview with Cliff Hines (Part 2): The Composer, Musician, Teacher, and Trendsetter.

Cliff Hines shares his philosophy on teaching and advice for newcomers, as well as his influences (including a secret one). Read More »

Interview with Cliff Hines (Part 1): Composer and Co-Mastermind of Wanderlust

Composer and guitarist Cliff Hines on his jazz album Wanderlust: the process and the influences that shape his music. Read More »

Book Review: The Summer Called Angel by Sola Olu

Debut memoir about Olu's experiences with preeclampsia and prematurity--the tug-of-war between hope, despair, faith and doubt. Read More »

TV Review: Attenborough’s Life Stories – “The Fragile Planet”

Sir David Attenborough presents the conclusion to his life stories with a dramatic look at conservation efforts from the 50s to present day. Read More »

Book Review: The Crystal Scepter by C.S. Lakin

Woven from Shakespeare, Biblical passages, and Greek Myth, The Crystal Scepter is a heartwarming and exquisite story about faith, fate, and the power of heart. Read More »

Book Review: Rapunzel Untangled by Cindy C. Bennett

As a humorous, thrilling, and sweet modern-day retelling of the title character, Rapunzel Untangled will be enjoyed by many fans of fairy tales. Read More »

Book Review: Being Henry David by Cal Armistead

Cal Armistead debuts with a vivid present-tense YA about amnesia and pasts that might be better off forgotten. Read More »

Book Review: The Sea of Tranquility by Katja Millay

The debut young adult romance by Katja Millay, this novel transports and delights readers. Read More »