SHOW, DON’T TELL! Most of us have received that advice at least once in our writing careers. What does it mean? And how should you
The Raven’s Tale is a Young Adult Historical Fiction infused with a fun speculative streak that takes the narrative to interesting and unexpected places.
One of the things I like best about being a writer actively involved in critique groups is the opportunity to review ARCs (Advanced Reader Copies).
This past week, the companion novel for Kristine Carlson Asselin’s ANY WAY YOU SLICE IT, FALLING FOR WONDER BOY, released. For anyone who loves sporty
As someone who dabbles in (writing about) demons, I was drawn to Prophecy by talented author Ellen Oh. In the words of Legend author Marie Lu,
This is a chronicle of two books: a young adult novel banned from a school and a book group, and a middle grade novel
I received an advanced reader copy of Corpse & Crown (available February 2019) from Inkyard Press and Edelweiss+ in return for an honest review. Then
I’ve decided that 2019 is going to be my best year ever. Here are 6 books that have already paved the way for my best
With 2018 coming to a close, it’s time to look ahead to some of the most anticipated Young Adult novels of 2019. I’ve been fortunate
I received an Advanced Reader Copy of the U.S. edition in return for an honest review. Thirteen-year-old Elliot lives in constant fear of everything. Some
What types of books do you read on sultry summer days and nights? I’ll admit that sometimes I enjoy a fluffy romantic fantasy. But creepy
That Inevitable Victorian Thing, a YA novel by E.K. Johnson is delightfully historically mind-bending. The premise: What if Queen Victoria I persevered and grew the British