Young Adult

Author Sherry Soule’s Dream Cast

Author Sherry Soule’s Dream Castby Guest Blogger

Today bestselling author, Sherry Soule has some exciting news to share with us! She will be publishing a brand new Upper YA / Sci-Fi romance series: the “Starlight Saga” with scorching-hot character chemistry, exciting suspense, and epic romance on June 26, 2014. To help promote this interstellar love story, “LOST IN STARLIGHT,” Sherry is doing […]

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What Keeps the Young Adult Genre Fresh

What Keeps the Young Adult Genre Freshby Guest Blogger

Guest post by Connie L. Smith, author of Essenced and Emblazed Can I part with a little secret here? My first reading love wasn’t YA. It wasn’t even contemporary. The initial genre that snagged my interest was fantasy. Elves, orcs, dwarves… I fell hopelessly when introduced to R.A. Salvatore’s The Dark Elf Trilogy , and […]

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Why I Love the YA Genre

Why I Love the YA Genreby Guest Blogger

Guest post by Sherry Soule, author of Beautifully Broken (Spellbound Series) Today Sherry has some exciting news to share with all of us! All the previously published books in the Spellbound series have been rewritten and republished with more epic romance, sizzling character chemistry, and thrilling new scenes. The new versions also include exclusive bonus […]

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Review: The Iron Queen (Daughters of Zeus, Book 3) by Kaitlin Bevis

Review: The Iron Queen (Daughters of Zeus, Book 3) by Kaitlin Bevisby Keira G

Summary: Kidnapped by her father, Persephone is not looking forward to be reunited with dear old daddy. The guy has several screws loose and wants one thing – to live forever in the peak of his power. And if not his, then to steal another’s powers and realms. Persephone is the key to do this […]

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Review: Daughter of the Earth and Sky (Daughters of Zeus, Book 2) by Kaitlin Bevis

Review: Daughter of the Earth and Sky (Daughters of Zeus, Book 2) by Kaitlin Bevisby Keira G

Summary: You have to be careful as a goddess. You are held by your word – quite literally. So promises are made sparingly and avoided at all opportunities. Persephone was tricked by someone she thought a friend and now she can’t tell anyone about the betrayal. Hades places Persephone in the care of the betrayer […]

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Review: Persephone (Daughters of Zeus, Book 1) by Kaitlin Bevis

Review: Persephone (Daughters of Zeus, Book 1) by Kaitlin Bevisby Keira G

Summary: Persephone lives a normal life with the exception of a few abnormal things here and there. She can always explain it away – even the creepy feeling of being watched. But she can’t ignore the weirdness when a winter storm springs out of nowhere on a trip to see a rock concert with her […]

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Review: While You’re Away (Part I) by Jessa Holbrook

Review: While You’re Away (Part I) by Jessa Holbrookby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Tricia Patten is having a party. Sarah Westlake and her boyfriend Dave Echols are the entertainment. If you want to be part of the party, put on some of your favorite music. You’ll find it to be very interesting. It had me thinking “Animal House” that includes have a senior hottie, […]

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What Is A Huaca Anyway?

What Is A Huaca Anyway?by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Marcia Mickelson, author of The Huaca My YA novel, The Huaca, comes out May 14. Many people have asked me how the word is pronounced and what it means. Huaca is pronounced wak’a. In Quechua, a Native American language of South America, a huaca is an object that represents something revered. In my novel, it takes on […]

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