Two sides of loyalty: family in Faithless

A guest post by Janeen Ippolito Hello, everyone!  Janeen Ippolito, one of my favorite authors, is here today to talk about loyalty and family, two major themes in her new release, Faithless. Faithless is a steampunk adventure with airship battles, political intrigue, romance, dragons, and death unicorns.  Interested? Have a seat, pour some hot chocolate,... Continue Reading →

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Magical, mysterious cats

I'm so excited to introduce the Fellowship of Fantasy's new anthology, Paws, Claws, and Magic Tales!Cats always seem to have some hidden, almost magical abilities, and the cats introduced in these tales are no exception. Today, J.L. Rowan talks about one particular story in the anthology, The Secret Treasons of the World, and the mystery... Continue Reading →

May I present…

  A dream-traveling boy haunted by a broken girl. A cursed warrior, weary of bloodshed. A princess who battles dragons in an enchanted slumber. A treacherous graveyard in the stars. From Bethany A. Jennings—author of Threadbare and Dragon Lyric—come twelve mesmerizing short works of poetry and prose that boldly pierce the shadows. Severed Veil contains... Continue Reading →

Interview with DG Lamb

Today I’m interviewing author DG Lamb about his Driven to the Hilt series. Two books have been published, and Book Three releases on November 1st.  DG, I’m in the middle of reading the first book and I love it. What’s the story behind The Deepest Cut?  While struggling up a hot Arizona mountainside under a... Continue Reading →

Review of Green Princess: Fallow

I’ve read several good books this past month, but one of the best was Green Princess: Fallow by H.L. Burke, who gave me a free copy of her book for review purposes. Fallow picks up two years after the first book, Flower, ended. My review will contain some spoilers for Flower. Prevented by a tracking... Continue Reading →

Why Dystopian Literature?

Hello, and welcome back to my hearth! The calendar says it's autumn, but it's still very warm here, so I won't light a fire just yet! Today Jessie Andersen, author of the Destiny by Design series, popped in to talk about dystopian literature, and to share about her latest release, Legacy's Impact. Why Dystopian Literature?... Continue Reading →

Review of Soul Render

Author T.L. Branson provided me with a free copy of this book. “Does standing up to tyranny make us fools or heroes?” -Will Sumner, Soul Render Will Sumner is determined to kill the corrupt king that murdered his father. He and his two brothers plot to steal a magical stone that supposedly can steal a... Continue Reading →

The power of words

Even before I could read, I loved words. According to my parents, I would sit with a book and turn the pages, staring intently at them. I would memorize entire passages as my parents read to me and later recite them in the car. My family was greatly relieved when I grew out of this... Continue Reading →

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