REVIEW: Futures, Friends, and Other Firsts – Amara Lynn

Futures, Friends, And Other Firsts - Amara Lynn

Genre: Sci-Fi Reviewer: Scott Get It On Amazon About The Book Sallon Lee is quiet, shy, and has no friends. They have no idea what they want for their future on the space station in which they live. But they do know one thing: they have a huge crush on Ignis. The problem is, Ignis … Read more

REVIEW: Emily Corn: Discovering Darkness – Page Wooller and Ali Vermeeren

Emily Corn: Discovering Darkness - Page Wooller And Ali Vermeeren

Genre: Fantasy, Coming of Age Reviewer: Cyd Get It On Amazon | Publisher | B&N | Kobo | Walmart About The Book She has no friends. She has no parents. Emily Corn has been brought up in total isolation. But why? She uncovers a secret which forces answers and breaks the shield protecting her identity. … Read more

REVIEW: The Cursed Crown – Matthew S. Cox

The Cursed Crown - Matthew S. Cox

Genre: YA, Fantasy Reviewer: H.L. Get It On Amazon About The Book In the wake of a twenty-year war, the people of Lucernia struggle to believe their former enemies aren’t demon-loving savages. However, that’s easy compared to the more alarming change: accepting their nation now has two queens. Many citizens in a land devoted to … Read more

ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: The Boy Who Chased After His Shadow – Jeff Jacobson

The Boy Who Chased After His Shadow - Jeff Jacobson - Broom Closet Stories

Jeff Jacobson has a new gay YA urban fantasy romance out, Broom Closet Stories book 3: “The Boy Who Chased After His Shadow.” And there’s a giveaway! What If an Evil Witch Was Controlling Your Thoughts Without You Knowing?Soon after being whisked away to Seattle to live with an aunt and uncle he barely knew, … Read more

REVIEW: The Eldritch Heart – Matthew S. Cox

The Eldritch Heart - Matthew S. Cox

Genre: Fantasy, Young Adult Reviewer: H.L. Get It At Amazon About The Book Princess Oona Talomir enjoys the little things that come with her station: a handmaiden, her lavish bedchamber, and scores of fancy dresses―the duty to win a decades’ long war, not so much. Oh, did I mention assassins? Seers foretold the conflict would … Read more