Hello -I am looking for someone who seriously likes fantasy fiction. Just becuase this is YA fantasy fiction, believe me, all ages from 10 - 70+ are enjoying it. The second book in the series was…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Maryanne Grabo Aug 21, 2012.
Does self publishing scare you away, or are you one of the dedicated readers out there who will devour a good book no matter how it ended up in print?A great example of a very successful…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Maryanne Grabo Nov 5, 2011.
Ok, I'll be honest, of course I judge a book by it's cover. When I go to Barnes & Noble I first scan the bargain priced table and then I scan the covers. The majority of the books on my shelf…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Maryanne Grabo May 26, 2011.
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My daughter's second novel in her YA - Journey into the Realm fantasy fiction series just came out. I invite you to visit her webpage www.markellegrabo.com where you can learn about both Book #1 The Elf Girl and this new installment The Spell Master, and get to know Markelle a bit if you have not already read her work.
The publisher has a taste of each book ...click on the links and…Continue
Posted on August 16, 2012 at 9:15pm
This is a story about true and everlasting friendship. A bond that even through the trials of teenage angst, college optimism, and the formation of new family trees, never dies.
Kate and Tully related to us, as us. We shared their music, their experiences and understood their struggles. We relate either by ways of self experience or by knowing someone who mirrored their lives.
Kristin Hannah gave our book club a full two hours of great discussion. She brought Kate, Tully,…Continue
Posted on November 16, 2011 at 11:29pm
The Triple B Book Club, Wisconsin, found this book a delight to read. We are all over 40 and had a great night of discussion. Ramsey, Addison and Stellan are the main characters of the story, but every additional elf, fairy or other magical creature brings life and great imagination to the reader. While you are in the world of imagination, Markelle keeps the story grounded with many life lessons that one can relate to. Each of us had our own favorite character, but we all agreed that Stellan…Continue
Posted on May 20, 2011 at 2:41pm