The Culling: Audiobook available

150 years after a virus wipes out most of the world’s population, Reagan Scott finds herself chosen for the State of the Union's fifth Culling. She will compete against 49 of the country's brightest girls. And then, of course, there are the 50 boys. She’ll have to pair up with one for her shot at... Continue Reading →

Margo Flint and the Last Soldier by Nick Mazmanian

 The world ended, but then it didn't, and after a long time Margo Flint was born. Margo is an unstoppable sixteen year old, and that is demonstrated when she defies an order set down by the 8 to keep her at home in Artsiv after she found an ancient map inside an abandoned library. Wanting... Continue Reading →

Grounded by Ariz Brune

People in Coverton are still coming up missing and Selby’s sister was one person too many. The rest of her family’s death is also a mystery to solve. She’s dedicated to one thing and one thing only. Family. She found allies reaching for a similar goal. That’s all. She doesn’t have time for friendship and... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Shadowspell Academy

Umbrella Academy meets Hunger Games This story was pretty interesting and I do recommend it. I really like the MC, an 18 year old Texan who poses as her little brother in order to take his place at the trials. All of the side characters are real and offer a variety of creatures. The inclusion of... Continue Reading →

Reader Interview: Kendra Vanderbeek

 Today we're reading about Kendra! She's a 7-12 English teacher and a big ole nerd like me! Follow her on Instagram and Twitter    How many books do you usually read in a month? How do you pick what to read next? I typically read at least 1-2 books for pleasure in a month during the... Continue Reading →

The Upworld by Lindsey S. Frantz

It has been many generations since the Vitium War. In the ruins of what was once Appalachia, the population has split into three groups—upworlders who live in sparse, walled off cities, albino cave dwellers, and a group of savage nomads called the Wylden. Then there’s Erilyn—a telekinetic 17-year-old girl who can see auras and hear... Continue Reading →

Author Interview: Debbie Zaken

For my first author interview, I'm getting to know the award-winning author of YA sci-fi novel, Colliding Skies. Share a favorite scene from your book! Why do you like it so much? The scene I chose from Colliding Skies isn’t a major scene in the book. But it’s a funny scene and one that I... Continue Reading →

Reader Interview: Raquel Wagner

Today I'm sharing a recent interview with avid reader, and my older sister, Raquel! Howdy! Please introduce yourself and share any social media you’d like us to find you at.   Hi! I'm Raquel. I am 35 and currently live in Nebraska, a couple hours south of where I grew up. I have been married to... Continue Reading →

The Reckoning Has Arrived

The wait is OVER. Book three of Tricia Wentworth's award-winning YA dystopian series is live! Grab your ebook or paperback today. Or read it FREE on Kindle Unlimited. "The Reckoning: Book 3": http://bit.ly/TheReck "The Fracturing: Book 2": http://bit.ly/TheFracturing "The Culling: Book 1": http://bit.ly/TheCullingTW   Follow Tricia on Facebook to see updates about her new book AND brand new... Continue Reading →

THE RECKONING. MARCH 12.

Are you ready?! Pre-order now! ** NOT A STANDALONE NOVEL! ** In the final moments of "The Fracturing," Reagan Scott was taken. While the rest of the country casts their votes for the next Presidential Couple, Reagan must now fight to survive. It’s no longer just about winning the Culling, it’s about ending the war... Continue Reading →

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