Even though Those Who Rise has some faults, it provides is a chilling view into a future that follows some current trends happening and being pushed in society today against religious freedom for Christians.
Check out this amazing cover for the special edition of TWO THOUSAND YEARS by author M. Dalto, which includes two novellas and an excerpt of the next book in the series!
A marvelous retelling of one of the most iconic classical tales set it in space and keeping true to the original story of Les Miserables.
Unclear and disjointed throughout the plot, this book still has a strong start and is steeped in Arabic lore.
Grandly harmonious with it’s content, Tiffany Blues would speak to any artist’s heart.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Everyone! Starting today, there is a giveaway running on my Instagram to celebrate 500 followers going until March 27th, 2019! I’m so excited for this one! Here’s a few pictures of what’s included: I don’t know if you’ve read The Winternight trilogy by Katherine Arden, but it’s pretty great! I thought that these […]
Ross beautifully captures the intricacies of how politics play such a deeply influential, and very powerful role in societies.
This one I wouldn’t recommend for anyone in the young adult age range…or any, for that matter.
Lanterns In The Sky Takeover Tour by Parliament House Press.
With definite twists, complicated character relations, “nods” to highly-loved fantasy series (I smelled out a few correlations to Lord of the Rings, the Night Court from A Court of Thorns and Roses and perhaps even the Wheel of Time series,) there is little left to desire from this read.