Review--Heard in Silence
Heard in Silence, an anthology curated by Kaytlin Phillips, releases today! This is a short story collection where each story features a deaf character. It's such a sweet collection that's perfect for all ages!
Here's some more info:
Some voices can only be heard in silence.
Thirteen young authors invite you to journey deep into a silent world so often overlooked. Within these pages, you’ll find bittersweet contemporary YA, spellbinding fantasy, tender romance, and so much more, each centering on a deaf character.
Curated by author Kaytlin Phillips, this short story collection offers you a peek inside a life without sound, a fresh perspective on a world you may never have experienced. For a moment in time, hush the noise around you and absorb the quiet heartbeat of these diverse stories. Let yourself be swept away in these characters' struggles, heartaches, and victories.
Heard in Silence features work from Saraina Whitney, Alison Stadt, K.R. Mattson, Marisa Phillips, Kylie Beevers, Riley G. Stanch, Jaiden Phillips, Lorelei Angelino, Lillian Keith, Grace A. Johnson, Kaytlin Phillips, Autumn Nicole, and Wilder W.! This unique, richly imagined short story collection will stretch your mind and hold your heart captive.
All proceeds from purchases go to the American Society for Deaf Children.
Title: Heard in Silence
Author: Saraina Whitney, Alison Stadt, K.R. Mattson, Marisa Phillips, Kylie Beevers, Riley G. Stanch, Jaiden Phillips, Lorelei Angelino, Lillian Keith, Grace A. Johnson, Kaytlin Phillips, Autumn Nicole, and Wilder W.
Genre: Anthology (containing Contemporary Fiction, Historical Fiction, Romance, and Poetry)
Rating: 4/5 stars
FTC Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a review. I was not required to leave a positive review. All thoughts and opinions expressed herein are entirely my own.
What a cute, unique collection of short stories! Each of these thirteen young authors has done an amazing job capturing the challenges of living without sound in a world where the ability to hear is so seemingly central. Featuring a range of talents, the collection is short and sweet, with each story being the perfect length for a bit of pre-bedtime reading.
My favorite story was either "Stormy, with a Chance of Logan" by Lillian Keith or "The Girl in the Pages" by Grace A. Johnson. I loved the character development in the first one, and the romance in the second one is absolutely adorable.
This is a great anthology focusing on an underrepresented people group that I would recommend to readers aged 10+!
Monday, Sept. 4th
Sisters Three - Blog Tour Launch Announcement
Tasha Van Kesteren - Author Interview
Tuesday, Sept. 5th
Writers’ Vision - Author Interviews
Wednesday, Sept. 6th
Kristina Hall - Review
Katherine Barnard - Review & Spotlight
Thursday, Sept. 7th
Lorelei Angelino - Review and Spotlight
Old Fashioned Book Love - Review and Spotlight
Friday, Sept. 8th
Autumn Nicole - IG Spotlight
Saraina Whitney - Spotlight
The Introspective Introvert - Spotlight and BTS Collab Post
M. C. Kennedy - Review
Riley G. - Spotlight
Lucy Peterson - Spotlight
Sisters Three - End Tour
Vanessa Hall - Spotlight