Dalton’s Time Shift Trilogy Gets Fantastic With The Black Tempest.

TBT-Cover-683x1024Hey Readers,

You may recall last year that I did a review of author Ryan Dalton’s debut novel The Year of Lightning, which also happens to be the first of his Time Shift trilogy. Well, yours truly has had an early chance to read book two, The Black Tempest, and things get fantastic.

If you read my previous review, I was hesitant to read The Year of Lightning, considering it’s Young Adult fiction, a genre I swore off after Twilight and Hunger Games. And I’d be lying if I didn’t say up front that I was equally hesitant to begin reading The Black Tempest, considering it’s a sequel.

Despite several sequels not living up to my expectations over the years, I haven’t sworn off sequels. I’ve just become wary of them, as few live up to the expectations I have. However,  plenty of authors have had good sequels, and now I can say that Ryan Dalton is one of them. Continue reading “Dalton’s Time Shift Trilogy Gets Fantastic With The Black Tempest.” »

The Year of Lightning Review YA fiction for those that don’t love the genre

11113822_1135705783110534_7577673673136967312_nHeeeellllooooo Readers!

It’s been quite a while, between all the stress and germs of being a first year teacher this is my first post in months, but thankfully Summer is here and there will be lots more to follow (especially with Phoenix Comicon this weekend)! Now if only I had a time machine… I could go back and write when I couldn’t… oh well.

If you’re still reading, here’s what I was reading. The Year of Lighting. Continue reading “The Year of Lightning Review YA fiction for those that don’t love the genre” »

Striking Up a Conversation With Author Ryan Dalton

51DyBfU5gyL._UX250_Hi Readers,

So the title of this post is a bit of a pun, that you should get by the end of the next sentence. Ryan Dalton‘s new book The Year of Lightning comes out on January 12th. Get it yet? No… rinse, repeat, and read on!

Continue reading “Striking Up a Conversation With Author Ryan Dalton” »