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April 28, 2018

Shannon endured technical difficulties to provide a high-quality, informative interview about the gifts of creativity and how collaboration is vital to writing. I hope you'll take the time to listen and learn about her one-woman show, Not So Supernova.

 

November 29, 2017

Sterling Walker writes accessible and personable science fiction. Her character-driven stories create palpable tension as she weaves in jaw-dropping events and mystifying situations. I love the energy in her works and the way she uses dialogue to maintain tension. She...

November 27, 2017

This well-reviewed romance is a pleasant, cozy read for a weekend afternoon. The voice is really clear and fun, which makes for a likable and relatable young character. Judy has a good sense of humor that carries the book well and her teenagers avoid that edgy-camp sou...

November 17, 2017

About a month ago, I discovered a book on Kindle Unlimited that wouldn't let me put it down. Switching Lives by Lisa Rector grabbed me from the start. The premise was rather simple - two sisters end up switched by supernatural means. However, Lisa weaves a tale that is...

November 8, 2017

The Chrysalis adventure story weaves together contemporary and science fiction to create an intense and emotional adventure as full of emotion as fight sequences. Jefferies is a talented storyteller who sees beyond what is and dares to dream of our world just a little...

October 16, 2017

Do you wonder what lurks in the shadows of Regency novels? Laura Beers has an answer for you in the delightfully intriguing novel, Saving Shadow. Her heroine is a spy in her majesty's service who doesn't hesitate to kill when a little death is necessary. 

I found the sw...

October 14, 2017

Lea Carter brings modernizes fairy-dom in this charming story about an escaped fairy princess who loses her heart and has to figure out what to do about it. 

Silver Princess is delightful. As a novella, it's an easy and quick read with believable characters and fun dial...

October 9, 2017

I'm not an "easy sell" for a book. I've read too much. I know all the plots and tropes. For a book to keep me up past my bedtime, it really has to have a special something that keeps me turning pages. Kierstin Marquet's Three Reluctant Promises earned the distinct...

October 4, 2017

Jenny Rabe is a true southern treasure in the writing community. She runs the ever-popular LDS Beta Readers writing support group, which currently boasts just shy of 1,200 members. Jenny has helped launch numerous careers. LDS Beta Readers was my first publication cred...

September 20, 2017

I read a lovely book last month and am THRILLED that the author agreed to be my first-ever author interview here.

Lorna versus Laura is the kind of Christian literature we need to create more often. It's deep and thought-provoking and full of the difficulties that come...

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