Cover Reveal: The Fiercest Fight, by Brent King

I love cover reveals, don’t you? Today I get the honor of revealing the cover for Brent King’s YA spec-fic novel, The Fiercest Fight which releases TODAY! *throws Amazon links all over the place* (Tweet this) I’ve watched Brent slave away over this novel, forging through the fires of editing again … Continue reading

Meet the Nicest Person in the World…and Her Book

If you’ve ever wondered who the nicest person is in the world, look no further! Let me introduce you to…Ralene Burke. I’m so excited to shout from the rooftops that RALENE’S BOOK IS OUT! Her fantasy novella, Bellanok, released the same day my book came out, but what’s even more fun is the … Continue reading

Character Spotlight: Meet Brandi Faythe from DARE

By now, you ought to be reading Tricia Mingerink’s new fantasy novel, Dare. Since you are reading it, of course, you’ll be excited to meet Brandi Faythe — the most loveable character from Dare in my opinion. Don’t forget to join Tricia’s Facebook Party where you’ll get to learn more about the … Continue reading

Author Interview: Tricia Mingerink

Today I’m honored to interview Tricia Mingerink about her debut novel, Dare. Not only did I have the privilege of Tricia’s support and expertise during my own book release, but I also got the privilege of reading an early version of Dare. Even in its rough form, the story gripped me from the … Continue reading

Death Reigns. . .No More – Guest Post by Gillian Bronte Adams

How do fantasy books tie in with Easter? Well, I’m pleased to introduce to you my fellow Enclave author, Gillian Bronte Adams who is celebrating the release of her new book, Out of Darkness Rising. She shares how the plot of her story is very similar to the world of death we … Continue reading

The Underdog Story

Today, please welcome Katie Clark, author of the dystopian Enslaved Series. It’s always fun to find an author who holds the same values regarding fiction — particularly dystopian fiction. Today, Katie is sharing her thoughts on why “the underdog” story is so popular in books these days. With that (and a … Continue reading