Category Archives: Young Adult Fiction

Young Adult Fic­tion

Last day of the giveaway!

Today is the last day of the free pro­mo­tion of Shim­mer! Be sure to share this with your friends so they too can enjoy a good sto­ry. And if you like what you read, a review on Ama­zon would real­ly help us out. Be sure to like us on Face­book or fol­low the blog to be…

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Free eBook of Shimmer

For those of you that have yet to read Shim­mer: The Chron­i­cles of Mal­adore, the time is now!  Fire up your Kindle or eread­er and strap your­selves in for an adven­ture in the land of Mal­adore. Start­ing May 20 and end­ing May 24, you can get your own free copy of Shim­mer on Ama­zon. If…

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The Unforgotten Past Part 2

The Unfor­got­ten Past part 2 , by Bri­an­ne E. Pry­or, is the con­tin­u­ing sto­ry of mil­lion­aire Ricky Nash and his niece, LooAn­ne. The book picks right up where part 1 fin­ished. LooAn­ne goes to bed angry with harsh words being spo­ken. She is awok­en in the mid­dle of the night to the house con­sumed with fire. LooAn­ne…

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The Unforgotten Past

The Unfor­got­ten Past is a won­der­ful sto­ry writ­ten by, Bri­an­ne E. Pry­or, a very tal­ent­ed young lady. It is a sweep­ing tale of mul­ti­ple gen­er­a­tions and the choic­es that define us all.  It is told in an easy to read style and is an enjoy­able book. The Unfor­got­ten Past tells the sto­ry of a wealthy young man, Ricky, that is in love…

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Make Every Word Count!

Get to the point! Have you ever had a con­ver­sa­tion with some­one and thought to your­self, “Get to the point!” What about when you’re read­ing a book? You know what I’m talk­ing about. You are hap­pi­ly read­ing a book and real­ize that the last 5 pages were noth­ing but descrip­tion.  I get it! The forest was…

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The Power of a Blessing

The Pow­er of Words part Three! Just as we can curse anoth­er with a casu­al word, we can also bless. Think about a time when some­one spoke into your life a bless­ing. It prob­a­bly warmed your heart and made you smile. It plant­ed good seed in your heart. The words we use have pow­er! They have pow­er…

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