Time once again to see what I’ve had in my TBR stacks! Because I can plow through graphic novels at an alarming rate, we’ll take another look at that stack today. The Gigantic Beard that was Evil by Stephen Collins – I obviously picked this up because of the title because that is brilliant. Written about … More Reading with SJ: Graphic Novels part 3
Today I’m bringing to you not one, not two, but three books to explore this summer! That’s right, today’s tour is full a whole fantasy series, so let’s dive in and get started! Title: The Dark Lady Series: The Dark Lady Series #1 Author: R.J. Hore Published: February 6th, 2012 Publisher: Champagne Book Group Genre: … More Juniper Grove Presents: The Dark Lady Series by R.J. Hore
Another quirky, open-ended little piece that I really like. I draw a lot of inspiration from Brian Froud when I’m out walking and when I’m collecting images. I love imagining where roads and paths may lead and what other purposes they might have. I’ve gotten some great ideas from this practice, and for whatever reason … More Prose: The Transition
I was running around all weekend, so unfortunately I missed the chance to do something for midsummer. Never fear, I’ll probably play catch up this week if I can get a particular guest blogger to weigh in on the holiday. Until then, however, I thought I’d post a faerie-themed short. True, this was written with … More Prose: Beltane in the Modern World
I’m excited to have a really intriguing YA title today for everyone to take a look at! I think you’ll agree that there’s a lot to love about this title, and the author is here today with an interview! Before that, though, let’s take a look at the book! Title: The Song of the Mermaid … More Juniper Grove Presents: The Song of the Mermaid by Melissa Davies (YA)
I actually do plan to get back to doing my own content soon, but in the meantime, I definitely wanted to pass this along. A friend of mine has a story in a contest at Inkitt and would appreciate some votes if you’re so inclined. Her story is called War of the Words, and it’s … More Read & Vote: War of the Words!
Time for another new book for your summer reading list! This time, it’s a fantasy book that is most intriguing. Title: Blood of Shadows Author: Mariana Thorn Published: February 13th, 2015 Publisher: Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly Publishing Genre: Fantasy Content Warning: Mild Violence Synopsis: War is coming to the Three Kingdoms, Malna, Zockii and … More Juniper Grove Presents: Blood of Shadows by Mariana Thorn
2014 was definitely a mixed bag for me personally, but one thing that came out of it that I’m so proud of is Olde School. So I’m surprised and pleased to find it’s been put on the 2014 Preditor & Editor Reader’s Poll in two categories – Sci-Fi/Fantasy and Young Adult! Things like this may … More Olde School in Preditor&Editor Reader’s Poll!
The other new Seventh Star Press title is perfect for all the steampunk fans and YA readers out there! Kindle Nook Kobo iBooks Bishop Steel is still missing, so AB’Gale must follow the map continuing the search for her papa. Her quest leads Abby down dangerous paths that threaten … More SSP Presents: Crossings by JL Mulvihill
Oh, why not? Let’s kick off December with one of my gentler pieces. I love this story – I can identify with both Holly’s cynicism and exhaustion and Ivy’s idealism and naivete a bit. Eventually I may come back to that world, but this story of two unusual friends – one human and one dryad … More WeWriWa: Holly and Ivy