First off, I'm writing some reviews. I have one down and one to go. I've written the review of Cargo by Jen Castleberry, and next up is Amanda Lester and the Pink Sugar Conspiracy by Paula Berinstein. Cargo's a YA scifi dystopian and the Amanda Lester book is a middle schooler and up detective story that reminds me of Harry Potter.
And then it's back to reading Saven: Disclosure by Siobhan Davis. She's a somewhat new author, but I haven't found a book of hers I haven't liked. The book's coming out soonish, maybe in a month? Anyhow, it's pretty exciting.
I'm also planning to give my son some more driving lessons. The first couple were actually pretty fun, which surprised me, so I'm looking forward to that.
And, wow, some huge news I almost forgot to mention. I finished up my editing job for The World of Myth series by Travis Bughi, and now I don't know what I'm going to do with myself though I'm sure I'll figure it out.
Anyhow, check out the books and maybe pick them up. I can say they're awesome reads, considering I've read each one at least four times and they managed to stay exciting and engaging on each read. Epic fantasy that's great for a reading over and over, perfect.
And, here they are. World of Myth books 1-6, written by Travis Bughi, edited by Patricia Hamill, and cover art by Jack Baker.
|Beyond the Plains (World of Myth #1)|
|The Forest of Angor (World of Myth #2)|
|The Fall of Lucifan (World of Myth #3)|
|Journey to Savara (World of Myth #4)|
|Juatwa (World of Myth #5)|
|A Legend Ascends (World of Myth #6)|
|Emily's Saga (World of Myth Books 1-6)|
Well, I'd better get back to it. Time to write one more review and then brace myself for another driving lesson. Wish me luck and let me know what you think of the World of Myth series. I'd love to see it take off.