Genre: Young Adult

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Review of The Moon Coin

Review of The Moon Coin

In the Moon Coin, Lily discovers that all the childhood tales that her Uncle Ebb told her might just be true. When Uncle Ebb disappears, Lily finds a coin that transports her to a far off realm that is in the midst of a war for their survival. This was… Read more »

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Review of The Fire Sisters by A.G. Henley

Review of The Fire Sisters by A.G. Henley

In this final book in the Brilliant Darkness series, it opens with Fenn and Peree about to get married, and then everything goes wrong. The children of Koolkuna are stolen away by the Fire Sisters, a group of females who live in a mountain fortress. Fenn, Peree, Kai, and others… Read more »

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Destiny Rising by Siobhan Davis

Destiny Rising by Siobhan Davis

Interview With Siobhan Davis 1. Did you always know that you wanted to write a Sci-Fi book? No! When I first started writing fiction, in my early thirties, I wrote lots of chicklit/romance, and I secretly harbored an ambition to write crime/thrillers. Mostly because those were the genre’s I was… Read more »

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Review of Evolution by Stephanie Diaz

Review of Evolution by Stephanie Diaz

In this third and final book, the Mardenites finally arrive to wreck havok on Kiel while the developers will stop at nothing to win the war, regardless of the costs. Finally in this third book we learn about Marden, the Mardenites, the history of the war, the makeup of the… Read more »

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Review of Tabula Rasa

Review of Tabula Rasa

In Tabula Rasa, a young girl named Sarah is in a hospital with no memory of her past and being subjected to various experiments. Shortly after the book opens, soldiers storm the hospital and try to kill Sarah. From there, she spends the novel trying to stay alive, learning more… Read more »

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Review of Brotherband Slaves of Socorro

Review of Brotherband Slaves of Socorro

In Slaves of Socorro, the Heron crew are sent to spend a year helping patrol Araluen. While there, a renegade Skanadian captures from Araluens and sells them as slaves. Hal and his shipmates must infiltrate the slave market and free the Araluens. This series really continues to impress me. There… Read more »

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Review of Cinder by Marissa Meyer

Review of Cinder by Marissa Meyer

Cinder is a futuristic tale (borrowing some elements from Cinderella) in which a young mechanic girl (part cyborg) catches the eyes of a prince. She is invited to a ball with him but her stepmother and sister make that difficult. Meanwhile a plague sweeps the nation and the Lunar colonies… Read more »

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Guest Post by Fonda Lee

Guest Post by Fonda Lee

Guest Post Fonda Lee Hands down the most enjoyable part of writing my debut young adult sci-fi novel Zeroboxer was envisioning, creating, and depicting the futuristic sport of zeroboxing. Zeroboxer is about a young man named Carr Luka who battles to make it to the top in the weightless combat… Read more »

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ZEROBOXER Trailer

ZEROBOXER Trailer

Trailer From Author Fonda Lee: This isn’t your usual book trailer. Instead, I wanted to share with you one of my favorite parts of writing Zeroboxer: envisioning and depicting the sport of zeroboxing. How would a combat sport work in the absence of gravity? Check out what these martial artists… Read more »

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Review of The Klaatu Terminus by Pete Hautman

Review of The Klaatu Terminus by Pete Hautman

In this third and final novel of the series, Tucker and Lia continue their time-travelling adventure while being pursed by timesweeps, the Lambs, and Klaatu. There was much I liked about this novel…it was full of action, had a lot of character development (especially for Kosh and Lia), and it… Read more »

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Review of With Tide and Tempest by Kate Avery Ellison

Review of With Tide and Tempest by Kate Avery Ellison

In this third book, Aemi gets acquainted with life as a Graywater while the elite distrust her, some unknown group tries to assassinate her, Nautilus continues gaining power, and news reaches her that her surface friends may still be alive. This book has a lot going for it. Aemi finally… Read more »

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Of Sea and Stone Tour

Of Sea and Stone Tour

Self Publishing Journey Guest-Post by Kate Avery Ellison So, I didn’t originally intend to self-publish when I set out to become an author about five years ago. I was going to do the “normal” route of obtaining an agent, selling a book to an editor, going through the looooong process… Read more »

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