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The Goblins of Bellwater - ARCs Available

For all you reviewers who love stories of the fae-type, we’ve got a great novel coming from the most wonderful, Molly Ringle. The Goblins of Bellwater is a New Adult paranormal inspired by Christina Rossetti’s eerie, sensual poem, “Goblin Market”. It’s the kind of poem that gives you that creepy, crawly feeling up your arms. Here’s an excerpt, but you can read the full, beautiful poem here.

“Hug me, kiss me, suck my juices
Squeez’d from goblin fruits for you,
Goblin pulp and goblin dew.
Eat me, drink me, love me;”


For all you librarians and bloggers, the book is up on NetGalley right now. If you like the look of the book,
head over to there to pick up a copy – or just give it some cover-love.


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News & Reviews

  • Amanda in New Mexico: "Fast-paced, spooky, and enough cultural reference to delight both readers and parents.” — Alex Lyttle, author of From Ant to Eagle
  • Soul of a Crow and An Elegant Theory are 2016 Foreword INDIES Finalists — Foreword Reviews
  • From Ant to Eagle: "An honest portrayal of love, loss, and friendship in the face of a life-changing journey." — School Library Journal
  • From Ant to Eagle: "A moving and ultimately hopeful book."— Booklist
  • An Elegant Theory: "A suspenseful intricate novel with elusive conclusions and a captivating journey." — Books Before Bandaids
  • From Ant to Eagle: "Lyttle's voice for Cal is appealingly direct and articulate ... and his account of his struggle to cope will appeal to readers. Tender, direct, and honest." — Kirkus Reviews
  • An Elegant Theory: Top Pick for December — Indies Unlimited
  • Second Chances: "There’s plenty of what most of us like, love scenes and downright romantic and hot conversations, fun, and thrills." — The Reading Cafe
  • Amanda on the Danube: "This book is a shining example of great, well-written, age-appropriate middle-grade books!" — This Kid Reviews Books
  • Summer at the Shore Leave Cafe "...a definite must keep reading the rest of the series..." — A Soccer Mom's Book Blog
  • "Heartfelt and inspirational, 300 Things I Hope is emotional to browse and makes an excellent giftbook." — Midwest Book Review



Events & Appearances


  • Noah Milligan: Barnes & Noble Quail Springs Oklahoma City OK - May 6 11am - 2pm
  • Alex Lyttle: Chapters, Dalhousie, Calgary AB - June 10 - 10am-2pm
  • Alex Lyttle: ALA Annual Conference, Chicago - June 24 - 1pm
  • Darlene Foster: Chapters, Granville Street, Vancouver BC, September 30 - 12-3pm
  • Darlene Foster: Albany Books, Delta BC, October 1 - 1-3pm
  • Molly Ringle, Words, Writers & West Seattle, Barnes & Noble West Seattle, November 3 @ 5pm




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