Why Diversity in Novels is Important

The Importance of Diversity in Novels by Rose Szabo The first time I ever heard about being gay was the short story “Am I Blue?” by Bruce Coville, from a collection of children’s fantasy stories. It’s about a boy named Vince who gets beaten up by a bully who thinks he’s gay, who then gets…

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Birth of the Fae by Danielle M. Orsino | Review

I haven’t read a lot of fantasy over the past year, but was drawn to the plot of Birth of the Fae: Locked Out of Heaven. I liked the concept of Angels turning into faeries and I’m usually drawn to origin stories.

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The Christmas Spirit by Alexandrea Weis | Review

When I picked up this book, I hadn’t read the synopsis, and it turned out to be a lot different than I expected. Although romance, this novel has elements of folklore and a tiny bit of horror. Courtney, our main character, is at a crossroads in her life.

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Sister of the Chosen One by Colleen Oakes & Erin Armknecht | Review

Valora Rigmore understands pressure. As the Chosen One (resident telekinetic, superstar and model girlfriend) her life revolves around it. According to an ancient prophesy, Valora is destined to fight Erys, a terrifying individual with the power to control monsters.

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Author Interview with Jordan Riley Swan

Hey everyone, please welcome to the blog author Jordan Riley Swan. Their newest book, The Heart’s Bidding was published earlier this month and is a fun contemporary romance. Get to know this author a little better and don’t forget to check out the novel.

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