Tag Archive: Independent

Book Review: Areh by Jeffrey Kinsey, Amelia Dregiewicz (Illustrator), Mia Bergeron (Illustrator)

ashley | When author Jeffrey Kinsey wrote to me to pitch his book Areh, I was immediately captivated by the stunning cover. The book promised more beautiful artwork and a story that sounded… Continue reading

Book Review: Rarity from the Hollow by Robert Eggleton

ashley | If you’re looking for a light and easy read, Rarity from the Hollow by Robert Eggleston is not it. But if you’re looking for a strange but important read and a… Continue reading

Book Review: Reality and Me All Capeless by Fennel Steuert

ashley | Usually when I am presented with a book, I have a pretty good idea of what to expect and what I’m in store for. But when Fennel Steuert sent us his… Continue reading

The Dream Engine by Leah Karloff

ashley | The Dream Engine is another book that we were pitched, by author Leah Karloff, a student from the UK. I am absolutely loving how many young authors are approaching us these… Continue reading

Book Review: Bentwhistle the Dragon in a Threat from the Bast by Paul Cude

If you missed it yesterday, we did a Q&A with author Paul Cude about his Bentwhistle the Dragon fantasy adventure series. Here is the review of the first book, Bentwhistle the Dragon in a Threat… Continue reading

Book Review: Twin Reflections

ashley | Like other reviewers, when Elizabeth Joseph contacted me to read and review her first YA fantasy novel Twin Reflections, I was taken aback by the authors age – 14 years old!… Continue reading

Book Review: Gravity Games

veronica | I must say, when we were approached by John Matsui to read his books, Ashley and I split the titles up perfectly. I’m the nerdy foodie and truly appreciated the descriptive… Continue reading

Book Review: Late Bite

ashley | I’ve long since tired of the vampire craze, but I’m a sucker (get it!) for a witty pitch and clever concepts, so when John Matsui reached out to us with his… Continue reading