Enjoy reading contemporary and about mermaids? Here are three reasons why you should read Sara Ella's novel, Coral. Don't forget to snag a copy on Amazon! ;) Did you miss the interview I had with the author yesterday? Click HERE to hear her share three things she hopes readers will take away from this story and some of her writing process!
I am reminding myself to breathe as I write these words, because GUYS! Today I'm chatting with Sara Ella, the author of The Unblemished Trilogy and Coral! It's amazing to see her release a new book because we became friends sometime before Unblemished released and have deeply loved her stories since. (Any #TeamKyForever fans?) Seeing her share these powerful and impactful stories moves my heart so [...]
So excited to be featuring Sara Ella's Coral this week! (Stay tuned for an interview with Sara tomorrow!) It just released yesterday and I am pumped that it's officially out. Such a moving story! QOTD: What's your favorite thing or creature that dwells in the ocean?
I remember when I first read Sara Ella's debut novel Unblemished. I fell in love with her writing and amazing characters, world, and story. I knew from that point on that I wanted to read anything she wrote, regardless of genre or length. Imagine my utter delight when I heard that on September 10, 2019, her contemporary reimagining of The Little Mermaid, Coral, was going [...]
I'm so leery of saying I had one book that was a favorite of the year because there are soooooo many books that become personal favorites. However, I cannot deny how strongly this book affected me with plot twists. It was such an emotional roller coaster! :o After reading, I learned that a reader doesn't need an instant strong hero in a trilogy because El [...]
This story from Sara Ella had me going through a range of emotions. Everything about her novel Unraveling had me truly unraveling and couldn’t place who was friend or foe. I couldn’t believe how certain people had drastically changed or how a certain someone was left… (not saying, due to spoilers). I don’t think (even after all this time) I have come back to “normal” after [...]