Hiya guys and dolls! New review today, perfect for zombie and horror fans! It’s a fairly new release, but seems to be a fan favorite already! Check it out, and let me know what you think in the comments below!
Hiya guys and dolls! Check out this new paranormal adventure, filled with shape-shifting werewolves, fae, magic, and danger.
Hiya peeps! Fairy-Tale Retelling today, for Beauty and the Beast! Check it out, and be sure to let me know your favorite retellings in the comments – I could use more recommendations! =D
Hiya peeps! I’ve got a cute holiday novella to share with you today, and it’s perfect timing! It’s suitable for all ages, starting middle grade and up. Check it out, and be sure to let me know what holiday reads you’re enjoying this month! =D
Frede and Santa
Frede knows that his parents are doing their best, but is it enough to withstand the most barren period of the year? Together with his brothers, Rhune and Folke, he wants to visit Santa and ask him for help. But, first they must travel through that extensive forest where the evil Elf King lurks.
Hiya peeps! I’ve got a new sci-fi adventure for you guys today, published a few weeks ago!
The Legend of the Sky Titans
Hiya peeps! I’ve got a new release to share with you today, fitting for college students and fans of college-age drama stories.
Check it out, and be sure to let me know what you think in the comments below!
The Final Year Project
Hiya peeps! I’ve got a new release for you today, along with two giveaways! Check out my review below the book & author info, and enter for your chance to win some awesome prizes!
The Gifts of Our Mothers
(The Witches of Auburn, #1)
*The next two installments of The Witches of Auburn are releasing the same day!
In the dark woods I’m forbidden to go into, lying on top of the one person I swore I’d stay away from, and hiding from the men who chased him, I hold still as Ike Kennedy whispers in my ear, “Don’t leave me.”
The questions of why my mother packed up our lives and moved us to Auburn, New Jersey when she, herself, fled here twenty years ago, plague me every day. Her past and the people in this town loom over our family with a haunting understanding of the coven I was born into, but realize I know nothing about. The enemies I heard stories about as a child attack without warning or regard for human life, but I don’t know who they are.
I’m Ever Ayars. I can fly. I can disappear. I can move things with my mind, but my gifts are my only clarity. Lost within a new school, new friends, and a new life, there is only one thing I know for sure.
I’m not leaving Ike Kennedy.