YA Bound Book Tours – Blog Tour Schedule: Dwarves of Calcus (Fairytale Galaxy Chronicles #3) by Katie Hamstead!, by Clare Dugmore
YA Bound Book Tours is organizing a blog tour for Dwarves of Calcus (Fairytale Galaxy Chronicles #3) by Katie Hamstead. This tour will run from March 27th to April 2nd. Check out the tour schedule below. Blog Tour Schedule: March 27th This and That Book Blog    http://thisandthatbookblog.blogspot.com    Promo Post Adventures thru Wonderland    http://adventuresthruwonderland.blogspot.com/   Review […]
I Kissed A Ghoul … And I Liked It: The Story Of How Tommy Wharton Has Risen From The Grave, by Michael McCarty
The story about Tommy Wharton and I KISSED A GHOUL actually started with the publication of another book called RUSTY THE ROBOT’S HOLIDAY ADVENTURES, a science fiction kid’s book I co-written with Sherry Decker. I had a lot of fun writing RUSTY and decided to write a Young Adult Book. Shortly after RUSTY THE ROBOT’S […]
What Inspired Me to Write Escape From Witchwood Hollow, by Jordan Elizabeth
My first published novel, ESCAPE FROM WITCHWOOD HOLLOW, will always hold a special place in my heart.  “Write what you know” the experts say, and I did.  I wrote about the woods surrounding my parents’ house. Granted, their woods aren’t haunted, at least not in the sense the woods in the story are.  I would […]
Two 99 Cents Sales and Two Giveaways, by Clare Dugmore
Happy Friday readers! We have a weekend treat for you, as two of our books (both dragon themed) are on sale for 99 cents, and we’re also running Amazon giveaways on two titles. Check out the details below. Dragon Redeemer, by Amy Bearce – 99 Cents Jan 5 – 10 The voice calls. A sword […]
Artificial Intelligence in YA, by Dani Eide
Robots have long been a favorite of fans all across Asia. Pacific Rim directed by Guillermo del Toro was not considered successful at the box office in the United States, yet it became de Toro’s most commercially successful film to date earning a worldwide total of more than $411 million—$114 million in China alone. In […]
Interview with Spring Farm Cares: Animal and Nature Sanctuary, by Clare Dugmore
CQ author Jordan Elizabeth recently came to us about donating July’s royalties from her book Cogling to local animal and nature sanctuary Spring Farm Cares, in Clinton NY. It’s where she adopted her own cat, Dora, and a recent visit lead Jordan to discovering the sanctuary is desperately under-funded. As CQ are a team of animal […]
Parents.  Gotta love ‘em., by Jordan Elizabeth
Parents.  They play a part in most stories, and a huge role in most young adult fiction.  I’ve noticed a trend, though.  Parents in young adult fiction are clueless.  They are childish and neglectful.  The teens don’t feel comfortable sharing anything about their lives with their parents. Why is this a trend?  Shouldn’t we teach […]
Seven Great Relationships in YA, by Monique Banner
Love is in the air. With February being the month for Valentine’s Day. If you really think about Valentine’s Day young adult books are perfect for this holiday. Whether you’re reading fiction, science fiction or fantasy in young adult books; one thing that is common is romance. It’s not YA without romance. It’s something about […]
Relationship Wars: Unique Couples, by Dani Eide
You’ve just finished a book. You think: wow, that rivals my favorite “book of all time.” You can fill “book of all time” with any of your favorite relationships, story troupes or genres, but you get the idea, these are your favorites! It’s understandable when this happens, there are writers giving us incredible stories all […]
XP Points or Death: Maturing Your YA Character., by Megan O’Russell
I am admittedly new to the world of XP points. I didn’t even play Dungeons and Dragons for the first time until a few months ago when my friends, like so many others, decided we needed to learn how to play after watching Stranger Things. D&D is fun; you get to hang out with your […]