5 Fantasy Families It’s Always Fun to Visit

Brothers and sisters may not always get along, but when adventure and danger are closing in, these five families are always there for each other.


My Top 5 YA Trips to Faerie

It's been a while since my last post. I've been working hard on Book 3 of The Faery Trials, but one of best parts of writing YA fantasy is reading other books in the genre to stay inspired. Since Jack's problems are all because he just can't cut his ties to Faerie, I thought I'd…

Author Spotlight and Q & A: Alicia Gaile

I had a great time doing this Q&A about with Darque Dreamer Reads about writing, fairy tales, and upcoming projects.

Happy Thursday Bookworms!

Today I am bringing you a spotlight and fun Q & A with author Alicia Gaile. I recently read her faerie tale mashup, Trial by Song, and will be reading the sequel, Cinders Dance, very soon. These two books are part of her awesome Faery Trials series, and she is also working on a mythological fantasy titled Braid of Sand, which I am extremely excited for! Below you will find my questions in bold aqua color, and Alicia’s answers in italics.

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Q & A:

What inspired you to write from the beginning?

I started writing when I was in elementary school because I was such a fast reader that I burned through my stack of library books so fast I needed new stories in between visits. As I got older and I began to refine the types of stories I wanted to read, it got harder…

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