Are you into Non-Fiction Historical? “Images of America Tacoma’s Haunted History” will be out soon and in the hands of paranormal buffs. Teresa Nordheim and Ross Alison have bound together Tacoma’s paranormal history that spills over with Native American culture, mysterious deaths, and curses that linger in the shadows. You won’t want to miss this book that will have goose bumps rippling up your spine and your peripheral vision going crazy.
If you’re like me, you like a story that lasts at least through three books. Canoples Investigations, a great young-adult syfy that keeps you turning the pages,will be at least that many. Book one is out, as advertised on this site, and book two is heading to the book world shelves as we speak. Another wonderful series that I finished reading just this morning, and was desperately seeking a fourth book, is The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare. A great trilogy of the shadowhunter world. If you’re into historical fiction, then start with the In There series. Books one and two are out and rocking the tween world, with book three scheduled to deliver mid March.
Did you enjoy “In There”? The first book of Jill Johse’s mid-grade historical series is packed full of suspense and adventure as Linh Roberts gets transferred through time and takes on the Nazis invading Denmark. The second book of the series, “In There, Where They Fade Away” takes Linh back to the late 1800s where she fights child labor in a spinning factory. The third book of the series will be on the Kindle shelf soon. Watch for it!
Kay Lalone’s Ghostly Clues is perfect for the tweens and early teens. Readers have said the thing they like the most about this story is how believable Kay makes her characters. She balances perfectly the real world with the paranormal world. She also brings in a realistic setting of a tween having to deal with real-life experiences, such as her grandmother’s death. It is perfectly written for mid-grade.