This author and book were both new to me, and I am glad that I listened to Amasai Rising by … More
I sometimes forget to share these, so here’s a quick update of our books and eCourses. Our Books How … More
I love “meeting” these authors online, and then really getting to know them through their social media posts and these … More
Spring is always busy on the Homestead and some years it is busier than others. Heck some weeks are busier … More
Welcome to our very first Author Interview segment! These will become a regular piece of our writing. Always, we welcome … More
…some books just stay with you for a long time after you close the cover. These and other books I’ve read recently can be found here.
I would have preferred to read this in one weekend, but unfortunately I had to squeeze it in during the week in my spare moments of free time. It’s so good that I seriously considered staying up late just to read. Even when not reading, this book is in your mind, the foreshadowing teasing your thoughts.
I highly recommend Dragonslayer’s Sword by Resa Nelson! This was fantastic as an audiobook and possibly it could be better … More
When I began reading Releasing Her Powers Within: Fae Shifters I by Madilynn Dale I was fully ready to find a teenage protagonist coming of age, awareness, and powers. I really love that this book has more teeth than that. The protagonist, Liz, is in her twenties instead of a teenager, but that leads to a great deal of maturity and a more complete adult.
The Immortals: Part One Shadows and Starstone by Cheryl Mackey is such a great book that I was already planning on getting the second book before I finished listening to the first. I happily rate it at full stars! In fact, I got both Book II and Book III as soon as I finished the first book. The characters are the greatest strength of this book. But the new ideas within a very popular genre were refreshing, and the tempo of the action was awesome. Also, I listened to this as an audio book and the narrator was superb.