Review: Cinder & Scarlet: The Lunar Chronicles, Volumes 1 & 2

 

Recently, I embarked on the reading journey of the Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer. I’d had a friend recommend them after seeing my Facebook posts about how much I loved the interesting ways that… 503 more words

Reviews

Inspired by the Storm

I’ve been obsessed with storms lately. I blame my current WIP, White Wolf, Red Cloak, a contemporary fairy tale retelling that takes place in the Great Smoky Mountains in the middle of what the media has dubbed the Storm of the Century, a wicked blizzard that leaves the characters snowbound in a log cabin. 207 more words

Denise D. Young

Why Happily Ever After Isn't Always "Prince Charming"

Today on the blog I have Andi Adams, author of The Girl in the Glass Box! This is an awesome YA novel that re-imagines the Snow White fairy tale with a fresh perspective. 792 more words

Writing

Interview: Diane Alberts, author of ‘The Prince’s Bride’

Joyce: Welcome back to HEA, Diane! Please tell us a bit about your new release, The Prince’s Bride.

Diane: The Prince’s Bride is a fun retelling of modern fairy tales, all mashed into one. 685 more words

Author Interviews

Review: Drown by Esther Dalseno

Drown by Esther Dalseno             

My Rating: ★★★★★

Publisher: 3 Little Birds Books

Genres:  YA /  Fairy Tale Retellings / Romance

Links: Amazon / Book Depository… 514 more words

Book Review

Review: A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas

**Spoilers**

I think I know what I really didn’t like about the last half of A Court of Thorns and Roses. The first half I liked but I felt that that second half was like a whole other book that just dragged. 451 more words

Bethylou Reads

The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer

“A forbidden romance.  A deadly plague.  Earth’s fate hinges on one girl …”

I’m not really into dystopian novels but I DO love fairy tales, so when a friend offered to lend me the first parts of this series, I couldn’t resist.  866 more words