“They would have to come that afternoon. Haydn glared at the rutted road twisted away from the gate beneath him, slithering into the shadows of the Hersweald. And what was the flaming idea behind leaving him in charge? Nerthach in the hands of a criminal… that would put them all in the good graces of … More Book Review: Shadows of the Hersweald
I can’t believe it y’all!!!! I got to beta-read the third Legends of Light novella, and now I get to help show you the cover! *squeals* Shadows of the Hersweald is a retelling of the fairytale of Hansel and Gretel, and out of this world awesome. 😀 This quote right here, it just one of the many … More Shadows of the Hersweald Cover Reveal!
I read “fantasy” as one of my absolute favorite genres probably because it is so close to medieval; but it’s often hard to find anything in it because it usually includes quite a bit of magic. (Read my thoughts on the issue here.) It’s very special for me to be able to recommend five non-magical (or at … More Top 5 Fantasy Finds
“She is afraid. Not because she is alone. Not because thick roiling clouds obscure the moon. Not because the wind rushes through the forest like a wild dragon. She is afraid because she is late. And to be late means death. Her life had been happy once. Despite the destruction wreaked by Tauscher, traitor to … More Book Review: Rose of Prophecy!!
Hey, everyone. *drops voice to a whisper* You know that review I’ve been promising you? Here it is…finally. “A glittering sword. An ancient oath. A blackened rose. And a melody which ties it all together. When Evrard and Roinette, twins separated at birth, are overtaken by events swirling from centuries past, they are forced into a battle beyond … More Book Review: Song of the Sword!!!
Join me in welcoming Hope Ann, author of the fantasy Song of the Sword! *cheers* Hope, tell us a bit about yourself. Well, I’m a Christian writer with eight younger siblings. I live on a small farm in Indiana and, now that I’ve graduated, I help Mom homeschool some of the younger ones…including teaching them … More Hope Ann Interview
I realize that this is a huge topic of debate. I also realize that I need to do more studying on it, but here’s where I am right now. I’m all right with make- believe creatures, different laws of physics, and miraculous objects in the fantasy genre. I keep these in the realm of completely imaginary, … More To Fantasy or Not To Fantasy?
I don’t read many fantasy books, but I have found a few I enjoy and can recommend wholeheartedly. Let me share them with you. 😉 The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis When asked what book has most impacted my life, I immediately thought of this series. Light on the magic side with great [witty, … More Fantastic Fantasy Finds
Remember that crazy picture of my ridiculously full plate I shared last month? Here’s an update on what I have and haven’t eaten–I mean, accomplished. 😉 Last month alone I… Beta-read: Grace Space by Robin Merrill (three stars) Growing Up Neighbors by Frances Hoelsema (two stars) Song of the Sword by Hope Ann (five stars, but you … More Plate Update: Princesses, Sandwiches, and Free Books