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Why Dark Flowers By Caytlyn Brooke Will Change Your Mind About Fairies

Are you one of those people who think fairies are adorable, tiny, mysterious beings that come and sprinkle their whimsical fairy dust all over the place making everything smell like cotton candy? “Oh, they are so tiny and so harmless, right?” Well then, I… Continue Reading “Why Dark Flowers By Caytlyn Brooke Will Change Your Mind About Fairies”

11 Questions with Jackson R. Thomas Author of Paradise, Maine

Topher Hoffman: Hey Jackson, thanks for taking the time to answer a few questions for me. I really enjoyed your book, and I thought it was pretty impressive the way it played out. I have never read the type of story like you wrote… Continue Reading “11 Questions with Jackson R. Thomas Author of Paradise, Maine”

Why You Should Read Murder for Christmas by Jo-Ann Carson

If you could pick one place on the entire planet, any place at all, that you could be during Christmas time where would it be? For Madison Rathbone, it’s nothing less than being as far away from her family at… Read More ›

Here’s Why The Novel Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage Has Bite

Have you ever known a kid that was so wicked that you dreaded that the parents would ask you to babysit? If not, you’re lucky, if so, still count yourself lucky that it wasn’t Hanna. She is one sick and twisted kid. I will… Continue Reading “Here’s Why The Novel Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage Has Bite”

16 Questions – Peter Hartog And His New Book Bloodlines

All you have to do is listen to Martin Luther King’s “I Have A Dream”, and that’s all you need to know about the positive, uplifting power of words.