book review, fantasy, Mermaid

Mermaids and Mayhem by Erin Hayes

18 year old Tara recently joined Neptune’s aquarium as a mermaid performer, and is now touring the aquariums of the United States. While performing in Houston, she is surprised to discover she can communicate with a newly captured dolphin calf. Returning to his enclosure one evening, she encounters a very merman-like figure trying to rescue… Continue reading Mermaids and Mayhem by Erin Hayes

book review, fantasy, O R Lea

The Silken Key by Oliver Lea

A hobbit sets out on an epic quest to find the silken key and transcend to a power greater than any other. Sworn to protect her is Detlef, who dreamed of becoming a priest. With them is a half elfin alchemist, Maddy, a gnome bard turned sea captain, Rudiger, and a warrior, Tariq, who wants… Continue reading The Silken Key by Oliver Lea

book review, children’s fiction, childrens, fantasy, Middle Grade

The Green Ember by S.D Smith

After their home is raided by wolf soldiers, young rabbit siblings, Heather and Pickett, find shelter in a mountain enclave of rabbits. There they learn more about their world, and the surprising part their family has played in the history of their kind. An epic fantasy in the tradition of Tolkien, except all the characters… Continue reading The Green Ember by S.D Smith

Book Birthday, book launch, fantasy, short story, Skullgate Media

New Release! Chronicles of New Albion: Adventures in 1787

Released today, the first in a new fantasy anthology series from Skullgate Media. Chronicles of New Albion: Adventures in 1787 features my novelette, The Toymaker. Get your copy today to read about the former changeling, Sally O’Dea, and the tragedies that befall her as she tries to make her way in the human world. Click… Continue reading New Release! Chronicles of New Albion: Adventures in 1787

book review, children’s fiction, childrens, fantasy, Middle Grade

Kiki Kallira Breaks a Kingdom by Sangu Mandanna

Twelve year old Kiki Kallira has anxiety, and the only things that helps silence the voice of doom inside her is to draw. Kiki’s drawings are extensive and delightful, inspired by the stories from her family’s Indian heritage. There’s a group of orphans called The Crows, one of her ancestors that broke the mold, and… Continue reading Kiki Kallira Breaks a Kingdom by Sangu Mandanna