by Terah Edun Book Blurb A magical accident threw them together. But when Fate holds all the cards, it can be impossible to tell the difference between pure chance and Destiny… The Madrassa, a magical school for mage practitioners, is the stuff of legend. With selective entrance exams and quotas for only the most advanced… Read more »
by Nickie Anderson Book Blurb It’s bad enough that Sadira Pascal’s father doesn’t make it home to celebrate her fifteenth birthday. He might be a busy hovership engineer pulling overtime on a new design, but he’s always been home for the important things. It’s worse when she discovers her father decided to ride on… Read more »
We teens seem to be taking over the world…what’s new 😉 Whimsically Yours, PnC
Today I am announcing a giveaway of one copy (ebook or paperback) of the YA Dystopian novel Sovereign by E.R. Arroyo!
Thanks to Jen McConnel and Kip Wilson for tagging me in this fun post. It gives me the chance to talk about the manuscript I’m working on and share that love with some friends. I’m tagging, E.R. Arroyo, Oliver Dahl, Mia K Rose, and A.K. Fotinos-Hoyer.
I was tagged last week in The Next Best Thing by Ally Malinenko & Beth Fred, which is where I get to share with you my current WIP. I was also tagged in a similar Next Week Thing awhile ago. But the exciting thing about this post is that you will be one of the first to get a sneak peak at what is to be my NaNoWriMo Project!!!
Mara Dyer once believed she could run from her past.
She used to think her problems were all in her head.
She couldn’t imagine that after everything she’s been through, the boy she loves would still be keeping secrets.
In this gripping sequel to The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer, the truth evolves and choices prove deadly. What will become of Mara Dyer next?
Where to start, how to research, and how to craft a beautiful story that has many or few elements of mythology 😉 …These are the questions I left you with last post, and the post before
So where does one start?
Where to start??? How to research??? How to craft a beautiful story that has many or few elements of mythology…these are the questions I left you with in the first part of Oh Mythology, Where Art Thou?: A Post Series On Mythology and Its Place in the YA Novel.
Pick up any book on the Young Adult Shelf in your local bookstore and what are you likely to find within its pages (aside from kissing)…mythology! In today’s world in which everything known and unknown is being used to weave wondrous stories, mythology is king.