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Interview: Terry Jackman, Author of ‘Ashamet, Desert-Born’

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"For me, the most boring books are those that tick boxes and slavishly follow an initial outline. I think a good story is often organic. . ." Read More »

Interview: Christi J. Whitney, Author of ‘Grey’

"I didn’t have a mentor when I first began writing, but my high school students were amazing encouragers."

"When I started writing, I didn’t intentionally set out to write YA. Honestly, it’s just what felt the most comfortable to me," Read More »

Audio Book Review: ‘Soul Reader’ – A Young Adult Fantasy by Dianne Bright

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Soul reader is the lovely debut novel from author Dianne Bright. Read More »

Interview: Sarah Remy, Author of ‘Stonehill Downs’

"The average author doesn’t become an overnight sensation. There’s a lot of hard work and so many ups and downs. "

"I’m looking for readers who enjoy a good story but who also want to connect with diverse characters." Read More »

Interview with Joni Parker, Author of ‘Blood Mission’

I think staring at a blank piece of paper without any idea of what to say is intimidating and leads me directly into writer’s block.

A native of Chicago, Joni Parker joined the U.S. Navy during college, going on to earn a Master of Military Arts and Sciences Degree. Now retired, she devotes her time to writing. Her books include the fantasy/adventure trilogy, The Seaward Isle Saga: The Black Elf of Seaward Isle, Tangled Omens, and her latest, Blood Mission, where the fate of kings and the safety of ... Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Eye-Dancers’ – A Uniquely Premised YA Fantasy by Michael S. Fedison

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'The Eye-Dancers' has quite the unique premise, and will certainly be a fun read for all YA fantasy readers. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Jack of Souls’ – An Epic Fantasy by Stephen C. Merlino

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Harric is now faced with a magic that could break his curse, one that is forbidden. Can he stay focused and not fall into the temptation, for that way too leads to danger and possible death. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Vagabond’s Son: Prelude to a Legacy’ By L.F. Falconer

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I could easily see this book on the big screen. Read More »

Interview: Marly Youmans, Author of ‘Glimmerglass: A Novel’, Poet and Teacher, Part 2 of 2

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'If I could tell my young self something, I'd say that she should not let anything take away her joy in making things out of words – that whatever tends to take away from that deep play and pleasure should be questioned.' Read More »

Interview: Marly Youmans, Author of ‘Glimmerglass: A Novel,’ Poet and Writing Instructor, Part 1 of 2

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'Anything that deepens your life is of use to a writer. Anything that makes you a bigger person on the inside is of use. Anything that helps you understand other people is of use. And anything that causes you to grieve, love, be sheltering, be upset, and feel joy is of use.' Read More »