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The Key to the Universe Intro Video

When we first read The Key to the Universe, we fell in love with Patrick Scalisi's voice, the quirky characters, and the space adventure kicking off in an antique shop on another planet. Patrick calls it "science fiction for everyone" because it's fun for readers of all genres, not just the hardcore SciFi reader. He… Continue reading The Key to the Universe Intro Video

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The Language of Cherries Earns a Starred Kirkus Review

We're incredibly thrilled to announce that Jen Marie Hawkins' gorgeous YA novel, The Language of Cherries, has earned a Kirkus Starred Review! Why is this a big deal, you ask? Well, to quote from Kirkus' website: "One of the most coveted designations in the book industry, the Kirkus Star marks books of exceptional merit." Kirkus… Continue reading The Language of Cherries Earns a Starred Kirkus Review

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The Owl’s Nest: learning resources for kids and teens

For many families, one of the most chaotic effects of the current COVID-19 crisis is having children out of school. Since all of our team members are moms, we are feeling that change acutely! In many ways, it’s wonderful to have the extra time together, but it’s also stressful to manage learning, boredom, anxiety and… Continue reading The Owl’s Nest: learning resources for kids and teens

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Announcing Darby Karchut as Contributor to All-teen Anthology

We are absolutely delighted to announce that the incredibly talented and wonderful Colorado Book Award winning author DARBY KARCHUT has written the foreword for this year's all-teen Choose Your Own Adventure anthology! We specifically invited Darby to write this foreword because as an adventurer, traveler, and biker, she has explored the highest peaks and the… Continue reading Announcing Darby Karchut as Contributor to All-teen Anthology

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These Wicked Waters Intro Video

We asked Emily Layne to introduce her debut novel, These Wicked Waters, because when we first read her manuscript, we couldn't get over the fabulous voice, the teen sleuth curiosity, and ferocious sirens that defied our expectations of what mermaids should be. Join Emily for a fun, behind-the-scenes look at her debut YA fantasy, where… Continue reading These Wicked Waters Intro Video

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Better than Chocolate: Fixing the Future

The selections this week include all YA books set in the future that involve the dangers of medical tampering. Three of the four societies are post-apocalyptic. It’s easy to draw the conclusion that forceful changes to improve the human body will have disastrous consequences. In Delirium by Lauren Oliver, love has been labeled a disease,… Continue reading Better than Chocolate: Fixing the Future

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#Owloween Contest!

Books + Halloween + Owls = #owloween We tried and we tried to think of a better combination than Halloween and books, but we just couldn’t! And since we’re all about owls around here, we decided to put the three together and make an #owloween contest to celebrate the season! Here are the rules: Make… Continue reading #Owloween Contest!

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Golden Skies author, Juan Zapata, joins U.S. Army Reserves

For those of you who have been waiting for book 2 of Juan Zapata's New Order Trilogy, we have an announcement! Juan has joined the United States Army Reserves and will be leaving for training later this month. Therefore, Ethereal Horizons has been postponed until Summer 2020. We are proud of Juan and his commitment to serving… Continue reading Golden Skies author, Juan Zapata, joins U.S. Army Reserves

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Better than Chocolate: Books Filled with Magic and Creative Energy

The selections this week are brimming with magic and other unforgettable creative energy. 1. The Crowfield Curse by Pat Walsh is an older one, but it was an unexpected delight for me. I was drawn to the monstrous shadow shapes hidden on the cover. This tale set during medieval times described the life at an… Continue reading Better than Chocolate: Books Filled with Magic and Creative Energy

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Better than Chocolate

Welcome fellow readers! Most of my childhood, teen, and adult memories have involved getting sucked into the pages of a book. When the siren call of a book overwhelms me, I drop everything and sink into the beautiful words and only emerge when I turn the last page with a sigh of pure emotion. I… Continue reading Better than Chocolate