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    Parent Book Ideas | The Sacred Artifact

    I am excited to share that my middle grade fantasy novel, “The Sacred Artifact,” has been featured on the parenting.com website, which is a great site for anyone seeking recommendations for parent book ideas for their young reader. Like its prequel (“The Missing Alchemist“), “The Sacred Artifact,” is a great read for ages ten and up. The story follows fourteen-year-old alchemy student Craig Pike and his teacher, Cornelius, as they journey to the birthplace of alchemy to seek the advice of a wise, ancient alchemist named Quintus. They are joined on their quest by Audrey Clife, a sharp-witted archer. Their journey takes them across dangerous lands and reunited them with old…

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    Middle Grade Author Interview with Books Direct

    Want to read an interview with a middle grade author? Well, you’re in luck! I’m happy to share a new middle grade author interview I did with Books Direct about my middle grade fantasy novel, “The Sacred Artifact.” If you’d like to read a middle grade author interview, then look no further! The interview was quite in-depth, and I think fans of middle grade fantasy will enjoy getting an inside look at the writing process for my middle grade fantasy novel, “The Sacred Artifact.” Check out the “The Sacred Artifact” interview with Books Direct here. 

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    Editor Charlene Reviews The Sacred Artifact

    I am honored to share a brand new review of my middle grade fantasy novel, “The Sacred Artifact.” The review was done by Editor Charlene, a reader, an editor, and an all-around book lover. The Editor Charlene site is worth checking out whether you’re an avid reader or a passionate writer. Charlene’s review touches on some things I hoped readers would pick up on. It’s always good to hear what a reader thinks of “The Sacred Artifact.” An excerpt from Editor Charlene’s review: “It has an old-charm feel, reminiscent of the Percy Jackson series, and the classics of C.S. Lewis….” Read Editor Charlene’s full review of “The Sacred Artifact” here.

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    New Review of Middle Grade Fantasy Novel The Sacred Artifact

    I’m excited to share a new review of my middle grade fantasy novel, “The Sacred Artifact.” The review was done by the I Heart Reading blog. The blog is worth checking out if you’re a book lover — lots of great content. The review touches on some things I was curious what readers would think about. It’s always good to hear the readers’ perspective! Here’s an excerpt from the review: “The quest reminded me a little of Frodo’s journey in Lord of the Rings – while traveling, Craig and his friends encounter enemies at just about every corner, and even though they also meet up with some old friends, there’s an imminent…

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    Middle Grade Author Interview with Writers Interviews

    I’m happy to share a new interview I did with Writers Interviews about my middle grade fantasy novel, “The Sacred Artifact.” If you’d like to read a middle grade author interview, then you are at the right place! The interview was quite comprehensive, and I think fans of middle grade fantasy will enjoy getting an inside look at the writing process for my middle grade fantasy novel, “The Sacred Artifact.” Check out the “The Sacred Artifact” interview here. 

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    The Sacred Artifact — New Tour Stop

    I’m happy to share a new stop on the blog tour for my middle grade fantasy novel, “The Sacred Artifact,” is at the Indy Book Fairy blog! This stop is a promo post! The Indy Book Fairy blog is a fun blog for book fans and readers.  This is just another of the many promo posts, book reviews, interviews, and giveaways that will be part of “The Sacred Artifact” blog tour. Keep up with the tour by checking back with www.caldricblackwell.com daily! Check out the “The Sacred Artifact” promo on the Indy Book Fairy.

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    Interview with You Interviewed About My New Middle Grade Fantasy

    I’m happy to have been interviewed about my new middle grade fantasy, “The Sacred Artifact,” by You Interviewed. We really get into the nitty-gritty of the series, including talking about how the writing process was different for “The Sacred Artifact” compared to “The Missing Alchemist.” We also talk about some of the new characters in “The Sacred Artifact,” which is one of the most exciting aspects of the book for me. Whether you’re a fan of the series or are just interested in learning about the writing process of a middle grade author, this interview is worth a read! If you want to check out the interview, you can find…