Middle Grade Review: Hook’s Revenge by Heidi Schulz

Hook’s Revenge is a middle grade fantasy adventure. It’s full of constant action and is hilarious and fun with plenty of more ‘serious’ moments as well. Jocelyn Hook is the daughter of Captain Hook, the infamous pirate. She has never met him but dreams of doing so and becoming a pirate herself. Her grandfather, who […]

Boost It Tuesday: Book Bloggers and Authors, Link Up Your Facebook Pages for a Boost!

Have you noticed that despite ALL of your Facebook “Likes” you are only “reaching” a very small portion of those followers? Does that bother you? It bothers us, and we want to boost each other up. Link up with Every Free Chance, Candace’s Book Blog, and Gin’s Book Notes for Boost It Tuesday. What is […]

Young Adult Review: The Vault of Dreamers by Caragh M. O’Brien

  The Vault of Dreamers had a lot going for it. It’s set in the future but it didn’t feel particularly dystopian or futuristic. It’s a recognizable future and it’s not really so different from how things are now. But we are stuck at a school for the entire  novel and don’t know what is […]

The World of Weir Blog Tour Roundup & Giveaway of The Heir Chronicles series by Cinda Williams Chima

Today I’m excited to host a stop on the World of Weir blog tour to celebrate the release of the finale, The Sorcerer Heir, that comes out toward the end of October. I’m really excited to host a tour stop because I just adore Cinda Williams Chima, she writes fantasy right! ABOUT “THE WORLD OF […]

Saturday Situation- Link Up Those Bookish Posts & Giveaways!

Happy weekend everyone! Welcome to Saturday Situation! If this is your first time stopping by here’s all the details for you: Saturday Situation is hosted by both Lori at Pure Imagination and myself. It’s a linky for you to link your book related giveaways and book reviews (and whatever neglected posts you may have). You’ll find the […]

Children’s Book Review: The World According to Musk Ox

The World According to Musk Ox is adorable. It’s about a zebra and a musk ox who have fun banter and explore the different continents. It’s fun and fast paced, perfect for younger children just starting to learn about the world. My five year old loves it because it has vibrant, fun and silly pictures. […]

Confident Reads: Interview with Krysten Lindsay Hager

It’s been awhile since I’ve had a Confident Reads feature and today I have author Krysten Lindsay Hager on for an interview about publishing independently.  I hope you enjoy the interview!   When, and how, did you come to being an indie/self published author? I was part of a freelance writing group and I had […]