Book: Move the Stars
Author: Sandy Lender
Genre: YA Fantasy
Find It: Amazon | B&N


Book Overview

“Move the Stars” offers a sometimes-humorous, but always magical, story of 16-year-old Ava Stonebreaker finding and using her voice for the good of her world. With Eddag Fen afire behind her, she journeys to her father’s home, at first fearing she returns to him with failure as her legacy.

Bringing with her a half-blood fae, a star reader’s apprentice and news of storm stars closing in, she also carries hope. Fanciful creatures have encouraged her to seek out the giant dragons beyond Modric’s Pass. With spunky shoulder dragons and the endangered arabesque to whom she sings accompanying her, Ava devises and undertakes a daring plan to re-shake the world…and move the stars.

Book Review

Move The Stars is entertaining, engaging, is home to dragons and a 16-year-old girl finding her way in a magical world.

If you enjoy fanciful creatures, half-blood faes and a girl who is out to ‘Move The Stars’ and reshape the world then this read is for you! Get ready for an epic journey.


Giveaway Details

Sandy Lender will be awarding $10 Amazon or Barnes and Noble Giftcard!


About the Author

Sandy Lender is a magazine editor by day and author of girl-power fantasy novels by night. She lives in Florida where she volunteers in sea turtle conservation and parrot rescue. Sandy Lender Ink Inc., headquartered in Central Florida, is her umbrella company for the copywriting, editing, and marketing services she offers.

With a four-year degree in English and 28-year career in publishing, Sandy brings a deep understanding of public relations and journalism to a variety of projects. Her successes include traditionally and self-published novels, hundreds of magazine articles, multiple short stories in competitive anthologies, a couple APEX technical writing awards, a 2019 Imadjinn Best Literary Fiction Novel Award for her #MeToo novel She’s Not Broken, and a 2020 Pushcart Prize nomination for her short story Woman off the Grid.

In December, she finally updated her website at and released her first non-fiction book “How to Train Your Human: a guide for parrots,” which she wrote from a parrot’s point of view. With a new publisher taking over her “Choices” series this summer, she’s launching the “Gentle Dragons” series on her own, starting with Ava’s story in Move the Stars.

Author Links: Facebook | Website | Amazon



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