Shannon M Parker to Contribute to YA Anthology on Adoption

cs-nkdtwyaey-2aToday over on Bustle, there was an exclusive and fabulous Author Reveal for an upcoming anthology on adoption: WELCOME HOME. The names of twenty-eight contributing authors were shared and it is a powerhouse of a list! So much talent right at your fingertips!  While this graphic isn’t the jacket cover for the book, it is a teaser for all the great!!

The 2017 YA Anthology WELCOME HOME promises to be a beautiful, vibrant, beating heart of a book.

We’re thrilled that our very own Shannon M. Parker is a contributing author to this anthology, sure to deliver a story that will make you cry and fill you with hope. You can add it to Goodreads now!

SPARKS OF LIGHT by Janet B. Taylor!

Did you see the gorgeous cover for Janet B. Taylor’s 2017 release, SPARKS OF LIGHT? Her sequel to INTO THE DIM will be released on August 1st next year and you can catch the entire reveal over on YA Books Central (um, there’s a giveaway!!!).

sparks-of-lightMake sure you add it to your Goodreads list now because this one is fabulous, people!

And if that’s not enough, INTO THE DIM, Taylor’s 2016 time-traveling phenom is getting a whole new look for its 2017 release on April 11, 2017!


We couldn’t be happier for Janet and all her ravenous fans!!

Happy Book Birthday to POPPY MAYBERRY, THE MONDAY!

We are so thrilled to be celebrating Jennie K. Brown’s debut today!

image1POPPY MAYBERRY, THE MONDAY is officially in the US today, and it’s already sold to China (Grand China) and Czech Republic (Albatros)! To celebrate, Jennie will be on her local ABC News Station for a lunchtime chat so today isn’t just her book debut, but it’s her television debut as well!

POPPY MAYBERRY, THE MONDAY: What if your teacher could read your mind just because she was born on a Thursday? Or the kid next to you in class could turn back the clock just because he was a Wednesday? In the quirky town of Nova, all of this is normal. Poppy Mayberry, an almost-11-year-old Monday, should be able to pass notes in class or brush her dog, Pickle, without lifting a finger. Poppy’s Monday telekinesis ability has some kinks and that plate of spaghetti she’s passing may just end up on someone’s head. If that’s not hard enough, practically-perfect Ellie Preston is out to get her and Principal Wible wants to send Poppy to remedial summer school to work on her powers! It’s enough to make a girl want to disappear. If only she were a Friday.