Book Reviews

Book Review: Irradiate by Sarah Addison-Fox

Welcome  back for another Friday book review! If you haven’t already, be sure to give Authoring Arrowheads a follow to receive new book reviews every Friday!

Today’s review is for the final installment of Sarah Addison-Fox’s Relevance series, Irradiate. Reviews for the first two installments can be found below:

Review for Irrelevant

Review for Irreverent

And now for the review!

Irradiate

The conclusion to The Relevance Series is one that dedicated readers of the series will thoroughly enjoy. To keep this review spoiler free, it will be a bit shorter than my other reviews.

Highlights:

Mallory’s Character Arc

In the conclusion to the series, Mallory learns to fight for what she believes in, whether it is deemed “irrelevant” or not. I enjoyed this aspect, as I’ve been rooting for Mallory to come out of her shell and join the fight since book one. She was insanely determined in this installment, even leading her to learn to drive a stick-shift on the first try! Her persistence to overcome her perceived limitations is admirable, and she is a worthy heroine for the autistic community and neuro-typical community alike.

Derek’s Character Arc

Derek is one of the more fleshed-out characters in this series, and I liked watching his relationship with Cristan evolve in this installment.

Lowlight:

Confusing Bits

For the last quarter of the novel, I was often confused about where the characters were at, or who was who. I felt like most of the males (except for Cristan, Derek, and Jed) had similar voices and I often couldn’t keep them straight. I also had a lot on my mind while reading this book though, so that could have been a fault on my part.

Overall, fans of more sci-fi-based dystopian will enjoy this series.

Thank you to the author for providing me a free ebook copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. A positive review was not required to receive the ebook.

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 stars


Thanks for reading, and be sure to stop back by next Friday for another book review! 🙂

Later, Arrowheads,

-Allyson 😀

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Book Reviews

Book Review: Irrelevant by Sarah Addison-Fox

When I first heard that Sarah Addison-Fox was releasing a dystopian series, I instantly wanted to dive into it! Here are my thoughts on Book One, Irrelevant!

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What I Liked:

Dystopian Culture

The government and culture of the dystopian world the author created is believable, and feels like something that could actually happen in the future. To me, that’s the best aspect of a dystopian culture, and I feel like the author perfectly captured that.

Featuring a Character with Autism

Autism is portrayed believably (I’ve only been around one child who has autism, and it’s been several years ago, when the kid was a toddler) as far as I can tell. I did look up the telltale characteristics of autism, and the way this character is portrayed in their childhood, and while talking to others in the present day seems true for an autistic character. It’s great that this book sheds light on how people with autism are just like the rest of us and should not be deemed as “less than” due to their disorder.

Cliffhanger!

This author is well-known for gripping cliffhangers, and the one she left us with in Irrelevant is no exception! I can’t wait to see what happens next in Book 2!

What Was Iffy:

The Introduction of Autism

While I liked the way autism was portrayed, the revealing moment when the character was told she has autism was a little too on-the-nose for me, as it occurs a little too soon in the novel. I felt that this reveal would have had a larger impact had the characters discovered this later, as it would have kept the readers wondering longer.

Overall, I am impressed with Book One and can’t wait to read the rest of the series! Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 stars

Thank you to the author for providing me a free ebook copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. A positive review was not required to receive the ebook.


Are you a fan of dystopian fantasy or paranormal romance? Check out other titles by Sarah Addison-Fox here!

Later, Arrowheads!

-Allyson 😀

Book Reviews

Book Review: Receive by Sarah Addison-Fox

After receiving and enjoying ARCs for the first two installments of The Stormers Trilogy I was excited to be selected for an ARC of the final installment, ReceiveThe Stormers Trilogy is a fast-paced dystopian fantasy series by my friend Sarah Addison-Fox. If you’d like to check out my reviews for the first two installments, travel on to the links below before reading this review!

Review for Book 1: Retrieve

Review for Book 2: Retreat

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What I Loved

Kade and Hadley

The best part about this book to me was watching Kade and Hadley ADORABLY navigate their newly discovered mutual feelings for each other. After two books of shipping, the way their romance panned out gave me all the feels.

Carl’s Character Arc

Though Carl, Kade’s cousin, is often the comic relief figure in the trilogy, I feel that he matured more in this book and made an endearing turn-around from his former ways. I also loved his banter with Kade. XD

What Was Iffy:

Dystopian Element

Though the characters steal the show in this series, I was confused as to how the dystopian element ends up playing out. It almost felt like once the mystery behind the corrupt government was figured out, that the justice portion played in the background while the narration focused more on the fates of the main characters. I would have loved for the ending to have been more involved in the details about the dystopian element. It comes off as the making of a cliffhanger though, so there may be more in store for this story world.

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 stars

Thank you to the author for providing me a free ebook copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. A positive review was not required to receive the ebook.


That’s it for today, Arrowheads! If you’ve read The Stormers Trilogy, you might also like Sarah’s Allegiance series! Links for my reviews of those books are below:

Review for Book One: Disowned

Review for Book Two: Dissemble

Review for Book Three: Dissociate

Review for Book Four: Discerned

 

Later, Arrowheads,

-Allyson 😀

Book Reviews

Book Review: Retreat by Sarah Addison-Fox

Welcome back for another Friday book review! Today’s review is for the second installment in Sarah Addison-Fox’s The Stormers TrilogyRetreat! If you’re not familiar with The Stormer’s Trilogy, it is a fast-paced, dystopian fantasy series that will elicit extreme fangirling if you’re not careful! 😉 That being said, let’s jump into the review!

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While the first book in The Stormers TrilogyRetrieve, proved to be a great introduction into the series, Retreat takes it up a notch and allows readers to fully dive in to the characters’ lives, all while continuing with the high-stakes, action-packed plot of the first book.

What I Liked:

Revealing Kade’s True Characterization

As I suspected after reading Retrieve, Kade’s layers upon layers of broodiness begin to peel in Retreat and I personally adore his true self! Though he is tough, stubborn, and a no-nonsense sassmaster at times, we find him softening up whenever Hadley’s around… and gah! ❤ *Fangirls* Just kiss her already!

Cast of Characters

Even though Kade ended up being my favorite character to follow in this book, The Stormer’s Trilogy has an excellent cast of characters, each with their own memorable and quirky personalities. Even though I don’t agree with his judgment, Carl proved to be a funny character. Readers can easily sympathize with Hadley’s heartbreaking past, and can’t help but love Meg, Kade’s protective sister. The villains are mysterious yet intriguing, and I can’t wait to see how the Stormers end up dealing with them in the third book!

The Setting

While the first installment took readers on more of a quest with various settings, the majority of Retreat is based at the Stormers’ Retreat, which, if I’m imagining it correctly according to the book, is similar to a ski lodge, minus the skiing aspect, of course. The author does a terrific job of describing the setting to us, and I felt that it was a unique addition to the story that allowed for external conflict once the harsh winter weather sets in. I wish I could visit the Stormers’ Retreat myself!

The Action

Though the Stormers are confined to the Stormers’ Retreat for their break, the action does not cease. For readers who loved the action element in book one, there are plenty of fights and added drama that keep the plot and subplots interesting throughout. I can’t wait to see how it all ties together in book three!

Overall, I feel that Retreat is an excellent continuation of the series, and I ended up enjoying it more than the first book. Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 stars.

Thank you to the author for providing me a free ebook copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. A positive review was not required to receive the ebook.


That’s it for today, Arrowheads! To read my review of the first installment in The Stormer’s Trilogy, click here!

Later, Arrowheads,

-Allyson 😀

Book Reviews

Book Review: Illuminate by Sarah Addison-Fox

Welcome back, Arrowheads! Not long ago, Sarah Addison-Fox released her first ever standalone paranormal romance novel, Illuminate. I had the privilege of reading an ARC copy of Illuminate before its release, and would like to share my thoughts with y’all today!

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Sarah Addison-Fox’s first standalone novel, Illuminate, is a powerful tale of light versus dark, redemption, and forgiveness.

What I Liked the Most

 

The Symbolism

The symbolism the author weaved into this novel is top-notch. The light versus dark elements parallel real life good versus evil or morality versus immorality. The dark portrays the damage that real-life sin can inflict on people, and I liked how it was mentioned that even the strongest adherers to the light still face temptation.

The Characters

After reading all of the author’s books up until this point, I noticed this standalone hones her character creating skills and produced unique and memorable main and minor characters. Not saying that the characterization is weak in the other books she’s released, but I personally think Illuminate‘s characters are more rounded out. My favorite in this book is Mr. Skylar!

Messages of Redemption and Forgiveness

The messages of redemption and forgiveness make this standalone spectacular. I adore how the readers’ takeaway is that no matter what you’ve done in the past, you can change your ways and embrace the light. This is a message we surely need more of in literature.

My Only Complaint

The only fault I found with this book is that the plot started off slow for me and I was confused in some spots. Once I caught on to what was going on, I was invested and ended up really enjoying this book! If you’re looking for a New Adult Paranormal Romance, I highly suggest picking up this book! Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 stars.

Thank you to the author for providing me a free ebook copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. A positive review was not required to receive the ebook.


That’s all for today, Arrowheads! Be sure to check back here on Fridays for book reviews, and, if I’m ever experimenting with flash fiction, Flash Fiction Friday posts! 🙂

Later, Arrowheads,

-Allyson 😀

Blog Tours, Book Reviews

Retrieve Blog Tour: Book Review for Retrieve by Sarah Addison-Fox

Good afternoon, Arrowheads! Welcome to my first blog tour stop of the year for the first in Sarah Addison-Fox’s newest dystopian fantasy series, Retrieve! I have a book review of the novel for you today, so let’s get started!

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Synopsis

Retrieve (The Stormer’s Trilogy #1) by Sarah Addison-Fox

What if the job you took to stay alive might be what kills you?

Kade knows what it is to suffer. He knows what it’s like to lose everything and everyone around him.

His job in a Stormer Unit guarantees not just his survival in the decimated country of Azetaria, but his sister Meg’s. Even if it means facing the Numachi warriors baying for his blood, he’ll do what it takes to keep her safe.

Hadley is alone and surviving the only way she knows how. By hiding where predators won’t find her and scavenging enough just to keep her alive.

When desperation drives Hadley to search for her missing brother, she mistakenly accepts the offer of recruitment into the Stormer’s camp, only to be partnered with Kade and sent as a scout into Numachi territory.

The intimidating young Stormer may just know where her brother has gone. But can they stay alive long enough to find him?

For More, Check Out Retrieve on:

Goodreads | Amazon


Book Review

After finishing up the delightful dystopian/fantasy Allegiance series earlier this year, I was beyond excited when Sarah Addison-Fox announced her upcoming series, The Stormers Trilogy. Book one of the series, Retrieve, has been said to be similar to Prince of Persia and Mulan, and I personally noticed some similar flavors of The Hunger Games as well. This colorful mix ends up producing an outstanding first installment of The Stormers Trilogy!

What I Liked: 

Hadley’s Motivation: Hadley, our heroine in this series, has the same kind of persistent motivation to survive that we need more of in literature. If you’re looking for a dystopian series with a strong female protagonist like Katniss Everdeen, look no further than Retrieve!

Kade’s Broodiness: I guess that’s the word I’m aiming for. XD Kade’s resistance to wanting to help Hadley is purely palpable in the way the author describes it. Although the way Kade treats Hadley made me initially dislike him, I have a feeling he may take the same route Torrance does in Sarah’s Allegiance series.

World Building: The world building in this novel is much more descriptive than I remember the first in the Allegiance series being, and I was instantly intrigued when the dystopian elements came into play. I can’t wait to see what happens next!

What Was Iffy: 

Getting to Know the Characters: Though this aspect is not a major issue, I wish we had learned a little more about Kade and Hadley besides both of them being insistent on protecting their siblings. I’m sure we’ll find out more about them further along in the series though! 🙂

That being said, I’m beyond pumped for Book Two to release in January! 😀

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 stars

Thank you to the author for providing me a free ebook copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. A positive review was not required to receive the ebook.


Connect with the Author

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That’s it for today, Arrowheads! Be sure to stop back by on Wednesdays and Fridays for regularly scheduled posts!

Later Arrowheads,

-Allyson 😀

Cover Reveal

Cover Reveal: Retrieve by Sarah Addison-Fox

Good afternoon, Arrowheads! It is with great honor that I have the privilege of sharing with you today the cover for Book One of Sarah Addison-Fox’s The Stormers Trilogy, Retrieve! First, a little information about Retrieve:

Description:

Retrieve
Sarah Addison-Fox
(The Stormers Trilogy #1)
Publication date: December 26, 2018
Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy

 

What if the job you took to stay alive might be what kills you?

Kade knows what it is to suffer. He knows what it’s like to lose everything and everyone around him.

His job in a Stormer Unit guarantees not just his survival in the decimated country of Azetaria, but his sister Meg’s. Even if it means facing the Numachi warriors baying for his blood, he’ll do what it takes to keep her safe.

Hadley is alone and surviving the only way she knows how. By hiding where predators won’t find her and scavenging enough just to keep her alive.

When desperation drives Hadley to search for her missing brother, she mistakenly accepts the offer of recruitment into the Stormer’s camp, only to be partnered with Kade and sent as a scout into Numachi territory.

The intimidating young Stormer may just know where her brother has gone. But can they stay alive long enough to find him?

Are you intrigued yet? Add Retrieve to your To-Read list on Goodreads

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Woo! Sounds exciting, right? Now, let’s take some time to get to know the author, Sarah Addison-Fox!

Author Bio

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Sarah Addison-Fox is a New Zealand-born misfit who writes action-packed fantasy with a smattering of punch ups, mega amounts of romance and a dash of family values. She has an astonishing amount of nail polish, has all her creative writing credentials shoved in a drawer somewhere, and has a husband who, after 28 years, can still make her blush. When she’s not working on her YA fantasy romance series’ she can be found binge watching Mission Impossible movies, drinking lager and eating curry.

Connect with Sarah

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Alright, so now for the main attraction! Brace yourself for this amazing cover!

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Aaaah! I’m so excited to read this beauty! 😀

But wait, there’s more!

 

Stormers International Giveaway

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Enter to win the Stormers Giveaway and go on a thrilling adventure! With over $100 of bookish goodies and exclusive swag sent from New Zealand, these prizes will certainly give every reader a thrill. Click the entry form below to enter! (Open INT.)

Giveaway Link: https://kingsumo.com/g/dqh5xe/stormers-cover-reveal-giveaway

Retrieve will debut on December 26, 2018!


That’s it for today, Arrowheads! Who else is excited for The Stormers Trilogy? Personally, I can’t wait! 😀

Later Arrowheads,

-Allyson 😀

 

 

 

Cover Reveal

Cover Reveal: Discerned by Sarah Addison-Fox

Hey everyone! Welcome to this surprise Saturday post! Today I’ve got something super exciting for y’all… *drum roll* the cover reveal for the last installment of Sarah Addison-Fox’s Allegiance series: Discerned!

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But, before you guys can see the cover, I’m going to let y’all read a little about this highly anticipated conclusion:

Discerned: The Blurb

The war may be over, but the battle for peace has just begun.

When newlyweds Mick and Celeste Haynes accept the offer to search for rogue agents inside Kyraenea, what should have been one final adventure becomes Torrance Kyle’s worst nightmare.

Amaya Mason may no longer be an agent, but there is no way she’ll allow a mistake from Torrance’s past to wreck their happy ending. No matter the cost. No matter what she might lose.

For Mick Haynes, marriage isn’t the simple solution he thought it would be. Torn between wanting to shelter the woman he loves and accepting she is no longer a frightened slave, he’s struggling with his own expectations and with every secret she reveals.

Celeste’s confidence and her faith are growing, but when she confronts the father who abandoned her as a child, he threatens to destroy the happiness and acceptance she’s only just found.

Can Torrance let go of the past and embrace his future?

Is peace even possible for those who’ve spent their lives in constant battle?


I don’t know about y’all, but I’m in love with this series and cannot wait until Discerned‘s release this August! ❤

Now without further ado, we have…

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About the Author: Sarah Addison-Fox

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Sarah Addison-Fox is a New Zealand-born home-schooling mother of two who loves action-packed fantasy with strong heroines. She has an astonishing amount of nail polish, has all her creative writing credentials shoved in a drawer somewhere, and has a husband who, after 27 years, can still make her blush. When she’s not working on her Christian YA fantasy series’, she can be found fangirling on Goodreads or sending GIFs on Twitter.


Okay, okay, I’m picking on y’all now! 😉 I won’t delay the cover reveal any further…

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Sarah’s Social Links:

Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Amazon | Website

Alright, now it’s time to get down to business and defeat the stalling. Here we go!

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Discerned‘s Beautiful Cover!

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and here we have the entire series! *Fangirls over cover love!*

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Aren’t these covers gorgeous?! They’re also gorgeous stories! If you haven’t read the first three installments of the Allegiance series, you can find them here on Amazon! To read “Discover”, the Allegiance series short, sign up for Sarah’s Stars Newsletter.

Well, that’s all for today, Arrowheads! Thanks for stopping in, and make sure you check back here on Wednesdays and Fridays for more posts!

-Allyson 😀

Book Reviews

Book Review: Dissociate by Sarah Addison-Fox

Good afternoon, Arrowheads! Though I only volunteered to host an author interview as apart of the Dagger’s Sleep and Dissociate Blog Tour, the authors provided complimentary ARCs to all blog tour participants. To show my appreciation, I’ll also be posting reviews for both titles, starting today with Sarah Addison-Fox’s Dissociate, the third installment of the Allegiance series!

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With Dissemble ending with a major reveal about a couple characters, I’ve been eager to revisit our heroes! The wait (though shorter than most series) was well worth it, as Dissociate picks right back up where its predecessor stopped, greeting us with action from the first page!

In the past, I’ve found it difficult to do reviews for books further along in a series without spoiling information for those who haven’t read or are currently reading the preceding books. Therefore, I’ll review the highlights instead.

What I Loved:

  • Torrance’s Character Development: Oh my gracious, this was one of the best and most developed character arcs I’ve ever read! Our brooding Torrance goes through an emotional roller coaster throughout Dissociate, making him a standout character that readers will be rooting for until the end.
  • Celeste and Mick’s Relationship: *INTENSE FANGIRLING* That’s all I’m going to say about that! 😉
  • Amaya: Our daring and sarcastic Amaya also stands out in this installment, hilariously dealing with the secret we learned about in Dissemble. Her struggles are depicted with spot-on accuracy of what others in this situation normally go through, and it’s fun to see Amaya’s perspective on it.
  • Ethan and Maggie: Best. Fictional. Parents. Ever. Hands down!
  • Sadie: #SadieTheHopelessRomantic is so me at that age, always dreaming about love stories and falling in love herself someday! ❤
  • The Overall Depiction of Relationships: The depiction of raw emotions in any of the relationships mentioned were tangible and 100% believable. One scene in particular between a couple almost had me crying along with them.

What I Disliked:

Nothing to see here, folks! 🙂

Overall, I’m rating Dissociate ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 stars. I cannot wait for the final installment, hopefully coming soon! 🙂

Thank you to the author for providing me with an ARC for participating in her blog tour. A review was not required to receive the ARC, and all the aforementioned thoughts are my own.

-Allyson 😀

Author Interviews, Blog Tours

Dagger’s Sleep and Dissociate Blog Tour: Author Interview with Sarah Addison-Fox

Good afternoon, Arrowheads! Today I’m super excited to have Sarah Addison-Fox visit with us for an author interview as apart of her joint blog tour with Tricia Mingerink. Sarah Addison-Fox is the author of the dazzling Allegiance series, including Disowned, Dissemble, and the newly released Dissociate! It’s been a pleasure getting to know her through Twitter and Goodreads over the last few months, and I personally look up to her as an indie Christian author. So, without further ado, I’d like to introduce y’all to Sarah! 😀

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Author Interview with Sarah Addison-Fox

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Sarah Addison-Fox is a New Zealand-born home-schooling mother of two who loves action-packed fantasy with strong heroines. She has an astonishing amount of nail polish, has all her creative writing credentials shoved in a drawer somewhere, and has a husband who, after 27 years, can still make her blush. When she’s not working on her Christian YA fantasy series’,  she can be found fangirling on Goodreads or sending GIFs on Twitter.

Q1: When did you first feel that God called you to be a Christian author?

Great question! I’ve always toyed with writing, but it wasn’t until a few years ago, when I finally turned my life completely over to Jesus and prayed for Him to use me in whatever way He deemed best, that the spark ignited again.

Ultimately, it was a combination of a few things over a couple of years that culminated in me writing the first draft of Disowned.

I was diagnosed with MS and as a way of escaping the mess my head was in, I binge read every single Christian series I could get my hands on. I read Biblical fiction, Fantasy, Contemporary, Dystopian and discovered my preference was Fantasy.

I loved a book called Tahn, only to find out the author and her son had died in a tragic accident. It shook me and I started thinking what if I never get the chance to write the book I’d always wanted to?

I saw a Christian comedian called Michael Jnr, who was real, hilarious and spoke about how every person has a what (for me that was writing) but they mostly fail to understand their why.

He explained that our lives are a series of events that are leading to the plan God has for us, and that once you can see everything that has happened in your life, good or bad, is for a purpose, you begin to understand that God will use your what to reach out to people for Him.

Something clicked for me when I heard that. I couldn’t finish a novel before that because I didn’t know why I was writing. All the years spent reading, all the pain, all the heartache in my life, I could use that to connect with people in a way that served God’s interests and not mine.

For twenty years (yes, I am oooooold) I pushed that dream aside, but God had other ideas. Instead of letting me mope around, dwelling on my health and my family’s future, God gave me a plan and a purpose.

Sorry, things got waaay intense just then.

Q2: If the Allegiance series could become a film series, who would you want to portray Celeste and Mick?

Oh wow! Imagine that eh? Probably totally unknown actors because I’ve never actually seen anyone that precisely matches the idea of how I view Mick and Celeste. If you find a muscled actor with sandy blonde hair, dimples and green eyes, let me know….because I’d like to see him!

I’m one of those people who cringe when they see a favourite book made into a movie and they get the character all wrong so it would be hard to find someone to fit the bill.

Q3: What’s your go-to snack when you hit writer’s block and need a pick-me-up?

Chocolate! Oh who are we kidding? I use chocolate for a general pick me up! Writer’s block would mean bringing out the big guns…chocolate and cake.

Q4: What is your writing process like? Are there certain must-have items you need to be able to write?

I need to be left alone with my laptop in order to write. I want cans of cold coke, m&m’s, and epic music pumping me up!

My process is simple, get rid of family, drink coke, connect wireless headphones and start plugging away. 1000 word minimum, unless the house is on fire….

Q5: What advice would you give to someone who is writing their first novel?

Don’t rush to publish what you’ve written. You get one shot to make a good impression as a debut author, don’t waste it and risk damaging your reputation.

Take your time polishing your draft, study your craft, read widely, hire an editor who works in your genre, get advice from authors you admire, read everything on Indie publishing, and above all, make sure you are prepared to deal with everything being a published author brings with it.

When I was writing Disowned, I knew without a doubt I was following God’s leading because everytime I had a need, He met it. Everytime people thought I was nuts, I’d hear a scripture that spoke to me, or someone would offer to assist me in an area I wasn’t skilled in.

Having said that, I am perfectly placed to be publishing at this time of my life. There is no way that even ten years ago I could be doing this. Publishing is far more expensive than the average writer knows.

If you can’t afford to hire an editor, a proofreader and everything else it takes to produce a professional document, perhaps consider it may not be in God’s timing for you right now.

For more from Author Sarah Addison-Fox, you can follow her at:

Website | Goodreads | Facebook| Amazon | Twitter | YouTube

Be sure to sign up for Sarah’s Stars newsletter for bonus content as well!

Check back here on Friday for a book review of Sarah’s newest release, Dissociate, the third installment in the Allegiance series! I’m also looking forward to reading an arc copy of soon-to-be-released Dagger’s Sleep by Christian author Tricia Mingerink!

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Sarah and Tricia are also hosting a Facebook Festival tomorrow and Friday (24th and 25th) with special guest, author Serena Chase! To attend the festival, click here! 😀

Are you a Christian author looking for blog tour stops? I’d be honored if you chose Authoring Arrowheads as one of your stops! If interested, reach me over at my Contact page!

-Allyson 😀