Hi folks, the Jewish Holidays of Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur and Succot are shortly going to be on us and if you have little ones this new activity book from Jill Morgenstern is perfect to keep them entertained.
The book includes fun learning activities for the Jewish Holidays. Includes word searches, coloring pages, mazes, word scrambles, complete the patterns, one of these things is not like the other, and other puzzles and activities.
Divided into sections for the High Holidays, Sukkot, Simchat Torah, Chanukah, Tu B’Shevat, Purim, Pesach, Yom Ha’Atzmaut, Lag Ba’Omer, Shavuot, and Shabbat. Also includes answer keys for the word searches and some of the other puzzles.
Perfect for use at home, or in a religious school or day school classroom to supplement learning about the holidays in a fun way! Great for ages 7-12 or second through sixth grade.
Psst! It’s time to catch up on the P.A.W.S. Saga. For just a few days all NINE books in my series are currently on sale for just 99 cents/99p a piece on Kindle. And that includes the newest title, Rhyfedd.
So don’t let this kitty get all the good stuff and pick up your copies today!
Hi folks! I got a box of books last week and tomorrow I’m going to the post office to send out some signed copies. Want one? Or one of my other titles? Then fill out this handy dandy order form and I’ll send you a PayPal invoice. Plus all those her buy one or more books also pick up a free audio book or ebook (details on the form).
Hi folks, it’s that time again and today I have two awesome Paranormal Romance books and a fantasy box set to share with you. First up a freebie!
What would you do if a ghost appeared in your newly purchased home?
Kiyo “Kiki” Mori has been offered a job as a library manager in Custer, Washington. James “Micky” Michael Lyndell sells his grandfather’s house to Kiki. When they meet, Micky instantly becomes smitten with her.
Unbeknownst to either of them, James Harrison Lyndell, still occupies the 1950s style home. After a week of settling into her new place, Kiki is thrown into life with a ghost when James appears in an upstairs bedroom. The two quickly become unlikely friends as they learn more about each other.
Will Micky be able to crack through Kiki’s introverted walls? How will James help these two figure out they belong together? And what regret is tying James to this world?
Next up a cover reveal for a wildly anticipated book by two of my favorite authors, Rebecca Jaycox and M.A. Phipps.
Isn’t that a beautiful cover? So what’s it about? I’m glad you asked.
A forbidden friendship. A dangerous secret. What’s done in the dark always comes to light.
After a number of violent incidents brand seventeen-year-old LUNA as a danger to others, she’s committed to a psychiatric hospital, reaffirming what she’s always known—she’s crazy. Only one person disagrees with her diagnosis: the new doctor with the bewildering golden glow who insists she’s “special” and doesn’t belong there. When he arranges to have her transferred to a school in Egypt for children with angelic blood, Luna is forced to question if she’s actually insane or if there’s possibly more to her troubled past than she thought.
CALEB is a Dark Nephilim student at the Tower of Babel Academy in Iraq. Despite being the third generation of his bloodline, he’s more gifted than many of his peers, making him the perfect candidate to go undercover as an exchange student at the school for Light Nephilim in Alexandria. Once there, he has only one mission: find a way to free his grandfather, Alexander the Great, who was entombed after trying to conquer the world.
When Luna and Caleb cross paths, their outcast natures draw them to each other despite everyone around them saying Lights and Darks can’t be friends. With millennia of prejudice working against them, can they overcome the divide built to keep them apart? Or will the building trail of secrets and lies they discover destroy their fragile, new-found bond?
LIGHTFALL is the first book in the YA paranormal romance trilogy The Origin Prophecy, a loose Romeo + Juliet retelling about two teenage Nephilim caught on opposing sides of an ancient feud.
Hi everyone! Today’s the day. RHYFEDD – that’s book NINE of my P.A.W.S. Saga releases today! And we’re going on a magical puzzle hunt, the ancient Rhyfedd!
But once the hunt has started, it is clear that someone is meddling, but who? And what is the connection between the strange puzzles and the charm worn by Doris, the animagus dormouse from New York? And how does the mysterious Cazique fit into this?
Oh, and if you already preordered your copy, you can even preorder book 10, Madarak, if you wish that will be flying in next spring on the 10th anniversary of the release of the first edition of P.A.W.S.
I’m excited to announce that I’ve taken over as editor and publisher of this awesome charity anthology of all things feline that will be released on National Cat Day, October 28th, 2022. All proceeds will go to the wonderful cat shelter, Tenth Life which focuses its help on special needs cats.
The anthologies includes stories from:
Stephanie Barr Jen Ponce Debra Kristi Bokerah Brumley Henry Herz Holly Hook
Hi folks, Happy Friday! I hope your summer is not as brutal as ours. We’ve had several 100 degree days in St. Louis so far this summer and it’s not even July yet. You know what I’m going to do? Stay inside as much as possible with a good book–and I have some good choices for you today to keep both you and your little ones happy and entertained during these scorching days.
First up, how about some vampires?
Vampires. Not the midlife crisis I expected.
When I finally got around to dating after my jackhole of a husband walked out on my fortieth birthday, I thought personal grooming was my biggest worry. Until I went on a date with a vampire and ended up fighting for my life.
Now I see magic—and danger—everywhere I look, and somehow I’m the one responsible for keeping everyone safe.
It’s worse than being roped into heading a PTA committee. Well…maybe.
A sweet book full of adventure and wonder that kids of all ages will adore! Every Saturday, Millie spends the day at her grandmother’s house. There are no toys and no TV, but it’s still the best part of her week. You see, grandma is a fairy! With a twirl of her magic spoon, she sends Millie to wherever she wants to go!
And last but not least I have a free activity for you to enjoy with your little ones this weekend!
Help your little one develop important skills for elementary education with this fun teacher-created, color, cut, and paste dinosaur-themed activity book.
Children will develop the confidence to use scissors safely and effectively by cutting out a variety of dinosaur images. Your child will improve fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination first by coloring and then through cutting.
Hi folks it’s Friday, so that’s means it’s time for another Friday fiction spotlight. All the titles I’m featuring this week are FREE on Story Origin in exchange for signing up for the authors’ newsletters.
First up, check out Daughter of Cloak and Mask by Lauren MD
Trice was raised in a gang as a city thief, where morals were non-existent and punishment could cost you a hand. But both were better than starving on the street or being sold to the brothels. When she is offered the chance to earn her freedom—there’s nothing that would stop her.
Having already suffered serious injuries at the hands of the guard, Trice’s only choice is to join the ranks and turn informant on her former guild. Surprisingly, the guardsman sent to act as her handler was not what Trice expected, and before long her feelings for him begin to grow stronger. However, she is all too aware that her long-time friend has been taking risks to win her affections, risks that could draw unwanted attention to both of them.
With her loyalty stretched thin, Trice must navigate her new role carefully. The desire to survive has never been greater, and it all lies in whom she decides to trust, and whether she should follow her heart.
Next up a magical steampunk adventure about a pop singer with a dark past.
Fifteen-year-old Amena is a spy and thief for the rebellion, but she dreams of being a singer. Fame seems impossible when she lives in a hidden village in a remote part of the empire. But when she gets arrested on an easy recon mission, a magical doorway appears and offers her a way out.
When the goddess of the rainforest offers Amena a chance at her dreams, she chooses to risk it all. Leaving behind the rebellion, her mother, and everything she’s ever known, she can finally start her singing career. But the goddess’s magic comes with hidden costs.
Joining the big competition, Star Search, Amena tries to balance her music with training as a divine warrior. She must serve the whims of the goddess and avoid her criminal record. A rival singer takes her breath away—but she’s hiding her own secrets. Her new life is more dangerous than the spy game she left behind.
Is the price of fame too high when death is on the line?
Of course, 14-year-old Robin worried about her grandma living alone in the forest. With her mother deployed in the Royal Guard and her brother running a criminal empire, Nonna was the closest family she had. But she never imagined that knights would show up to arrest Nonna and throw her into prison—for crimes Nonna definitely committed.
To save Nonna from a slow, lonely death in jail, all Robin has to do is travel to the nation’s capital city, find a mysterious contact, and break her grandma out of a high-security prison. Except she has no papers, no money to travel, and no family to accompany her.
Robin faces an impossible choice: let her beloved Nonna stay in prison forever, slowly weakening under a cruel government’s torture… or find the strength to resist the government alone.
If you’re a fan of The Selection’s world of royalty, Marissa Meyer’s futuristic Cinder, and Grimms’ imaginative, twisted fairy tales, then you’ll fall in love with Hood!
When hope is just a flicker, trust a dragon to light the flame.
Fliss is the youngest princess of Bright Wing, a tribe of dragon shifters defending Faery against the enemy Shades. She yearns to fight, but now she’s stuck at school far away. The situation is ridiculous. Intolerable. How can she save the world when she’s forbidden to fly after curfew?
The school at Penriva House is far outside the battle lines. The students are safe, or so everyone believes. But Shades attack Fliss before she arrives at the school, and now there are signs the enemy is hiding just beyond its walls. When the headmistress ignores the evidence, Fliss has to wonder whose side she’s on.
Terrified, Fliss is unsure where to turn with the secret she uncovers. There’s no clear way to save her newfound friends, much less herself. Does Fliss run, or risk all and fly into battle, one small dragon against a host of perilous foe?
Happy Friday. This week I have three awesome books to share with you.
First up check out this awesome box set.
Contains all three books from the Dusk Eternal trilogy
To drive out the heathen empire from the realm. To rule as the legendary pharaoh reborn. To bring about the Dusk Eternal and usher in a new era of prosperity for the desert kingdom of Khemeret.
That shouldn’t be a problem for Ashira. Right?
The priests who rescued the drowned girl knew she was the one spoken of in the prophecy. All the signs were there. She could heal the sick with but a touch. The dead bowed to her. She was the mighty Nephtet-Ka returned to them. Ashira grew up, fully confident in her abilities and powers, but reclaiming a kingdom is not a simple task. And prophecies are hardly ever straightforward. Her ambitions will take her from her home in Khemeret to the ruling country of Alvara and back again. She’ll have to face bandits, bounty hunters, legionaries, and even creatures from beyond her imagination. Her only true ally is Mwarthes, a sly assassin who speaks with serpents and lets his curiosity get the better of him. Will he help her reclaim her throne? Or will she end up another corpse in the desert?
Next up how about an audio book for your weekend listening pleasure?
Humans and Mystics have been at war for as long as Kala can remember. For this reason, contact with any of the magical creatures that inhabit the forest near her home is punishable by death.
So when an elf rescues her from being kidnapped by his brother, she has good reason to question his motives. That is, until she learns the truth: that it was a human who killed her mother, not a Mystic, and that she and the whole kingdom are being lied to.
But confiding in the wrong person opens old wounds, and Kala must choose between her family and a blossoming romance. Can her love unite their people? Or has she doomed everyone she cares about?
A country under war. A mission that will test the loyalty of everyone. What sacrifices must enemies make to maintain order?
Anjuu is the deadliest assassin in Narishma.
As a Drow, she’s persecuted by the elves at the pinnacle of society—thanks to her Queen Kalio conquering the country. Her latest mission: to kill those fueling the brewing rebellion. But as the truth unravels, everything around her warps until she doubts her own mission.
An educated elf, Tosh is forced into manual labor in the quarries, serving under the Drow Queen. Seeking vengeance, he escapes with the help of Narishma’s God, Devata. Accompanied by a sprite, Tosh seeks the next dragon guardian, so he can destroy the very government that enslaves his people.
Now Anjuu must face herself and her new fate, or be killed by the very Country and Queen she holds dear.