Realistic teen life plus a hefty dose of magic realism equals a mighty fine read! Gretchen Wing's "The Flying Burgowski" will lift you above it all and satisfy your longing for a really good YA book.
CHASING VICTORY: The Winter Sisters, Book One by Joanne Jaytanie – Romance, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Psychics
Captivating from the get-go, Chasing Victory will tantalize romance and thriller aficionados into lining up for more of Joanne Jaytanie’s The Winters Sisters series.
“Magic and intrigue throw Lily Coltrane’s world all kinds of upside-down when she discovers she isn’t who she thought she was.
FRUIT of MISFORTUNE (Creatura #2) by Nely Cab – Science Fiction & Fantasy/Myth & Legends/Paranormal & Urban/Folklore
Being eighteen-years-old can suck. Take heart readers, it's not as if you're eighteen and destined to turn into a monstrous beast like Isis -- a suspenseful YA read with quick-witted banter.
When you're battling demons and dating an angel, love and understanding aren't always enough - but it's certainly makes for an exciting ride - in this latest novel from Lisa Voisin!
“Adventurers Be Warned! Creepy crawlies and fantastical creatures ahead in this spine-tingling adventure for middle-grade readers that will open their minds and feed their imaginations.
October is upon us bringing tricks, treats, and fanciful delights in the form of submissions to the brand new OZMA Awards for Fantasy Fiction and the long running Paranormal Awards for Supernatural Fiction. We can't wait to see what kind of submissions we get this year. Get your manuscripts ready! The deadline is October 31.