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June 23, 2019
A Fencing Rivalry by Page Turner

Fence by C. S. Pacat, illustrated by Johanna the Mad (graphic novel, ages 12+) Nicholas Cox has been training in épée fencing to score a scholarship to Kings Row private school. When he gets there, he finds that his roommate was the exact same boy who beat him in a tournament. Seiji Katayama is unbeatable. […]

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June 1, 2019
The New Merlin by Page Turner

Once & Future by Amy Rose Capetta and Cori McCarthy (YA) Arthur, king of legends, keeps reincarnating. This time, though, he is a she – Ari Helix, fugitive refugee. She’s been hiding from the corrupt Mercer Company since Kay and his moms found her floating through space outside of her closed-off home planet. When she […]

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June 1, 2019
Not Your Average Fairytale by Page Turner

Princess Princess Ever After by Katie O’Neill (ages 8 and up) Princess Sadie is trapped in a tower. When someone comes riding up, she assumes it’s just another prince and dismisses her would-be savior. Except Amira is certainly no prince, though she does mean to get Sadie out of her tower. Rescuing Sadie brings her […]

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April 23, 2019
The Adventure of a Lifetime by Page Turner

The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien – Teen Review Get ready to explore a magical world! The Hobbit has everything a lover of fantasy could dream of – hobbits and dwarves and wizards, oh my! This book tells the story of Bilbo Baggins, a reclusive hobbit who gets unwittingly (and quite unwillingly!) wrapped up in adventure. […]

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January 5, 2019
The Reason Why Your Manuscript Submission Keeps Getting Rejected by Wendy Dean

Submission Issues I​ spend a great many hours of my time reading query letters and manuscript submissions. It’s my job and I love it! I could love it even more if more authors would pay attention to the details when submitting their manuscripts. Make me want your work. Remember, you are asking for an Acquisition Editor’s […]

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December 10, 2018
2018 Year In Review by Wendy Dean

2018: Our Best Year! B​eing an entrepreneur in 2018 means hustle. It entails a certain kind of grind that you can’t truly appreciate unless you’re smack-dab in the middle of it. Enter into this world as a solopreneur, and you need the time management skills of a ninja. Add mompreneur to the list of titles […]

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December 4, 2018
What Type of Editing Does Your Book Need? by Wendy Dean

Y​ou’ve done it! That book manuscript you have labored over and bled for is now complete. It’s time to hire a professional to help polish the finished product. But what type of editing does your book truly need? First and foremost, it needs YOU. Self-editing can not only help your budget, but it helps improve […]

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November 26, 2018
He Disappeared Without a Trace by Page Turner

The Lost Boy by Greg Ruth (ages 8-12) Years ago, Walter Pidgin disappeared into Crow’s Woods and never came back. Nate, quite unwilling, has moved into Walter’s old house. In his new bedroom, he finds Walter’s tape recorder, on which are tapes of his adventures that led up to his disappearance. All of a sudden, […]

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November 26, 2018
Where You Least Expect It by Page Turner

Flight Season by Marie Marquardt (YA) Vivi’s returning home after a year at college, which she just barely passed. TJ is training to be a nurse and overworked, both at his family’s restaurant and the hospital. It seems as though the two have nothing in common. However, TJ watched Vivi completely lose control just before her […]

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November 11, 2018
The Only Good Bullet is a Dead Bullet by Page Turner

Seafire by Natalie C. Parker (YA) The only good Bullet is a dead Bullet. That’s the motto of the crew of the Mors Navis. The crew is a ragtag group of girls, bound together through a mutual hatred for warlord Aric Althair. They are led by Caledonia, who only has two things in mind: defeat […]

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