Book Review and Giveaway: Lock & Mori by Heather W. Petty

Tweet Today I’m taking part in a blog tour for a book that looks at how the relationship between Sherlock Holmes and James Moriarty would be different if they met as teenagers and if Moriarty was a girl. It’s interesting … Continue reading

Michaela MacColl Talks About Louisa May Alcott— Plus a Book Giveaway

Tweet Today I’m taking part in a blog tour by hosting Michaela MacColl, who writes great historical fiction with strong female characters. As part of the blog tour, I’m giving away one copy to one reader who leaves a comment … Continue reading

Book Review: Absolutely Truly by Heather Vogel Frederick

Tweet Twelve-year-old Truly Lovejoy is truly unhappy to move from Texas to New Hampshire so her dad can take over the family bookstore. But her grandparents needed to retire and her father needed time to heal and look for a … Continue reading

Book Review: Gabriel Finley & the Raven’s Riddle by George Hagen

Tweet In the old days, ravens and humans were friends and traveled together, communicating and helping each other. Then a rift occurred, separating the two forever, except for a lucky few. Gabriel Finley is one of those lucky few, a … Continue reading

Book Review: The Spiritglass Charade: A Stoker & Holmes Novel by Colleen Gleason

Tweet Evaline Stoker and Mina Holmes are back on a case. The vampire-fighting sister of Bram Stoker (author of Dracula) and the niece of Sherlock Holmes team up in the second novel of the Stoker & Holmes series for young … Continue reading

Book Review: Marina by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

Tweet Oscar lives in a boarding school in Barcelona, and while wandering the streets after school one day, he hears a melody that draws him to an old mansion overgrown by vines. Startled by the owner, he accidentally takes a … Continue reading

Book Review: Always Emily by Michaela MacColl

Tweet Charlotte and Emily Bronte are two of the most enduring authors in English literature. Charlotte, who wrote Jane Eyre, and Emily, author of Wuthering Heights, were no strangers to tragedy in their own lives. Their mother died young and … Continue reading

Book Review: The Princess in the Opal Mask by Jenny Lundquist

Tweet Abandoned as an infant, Elara has been raised in the countryside by the Ogden family, who has tolerated and used her as a servant in exchange for the money they receive from the Royal Orphanage for her upkeep. When … Continue reading

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