I’ve always loved the story of the Hunchback of Notre Dame (or at least the Disney version haha) so I was instantly intrigued when I saw that tale used as a descriptor for Addie Thorley’s new YA Fantasy, NIGHT SPINNER. To find out more about the book and its author, keep reading this post! (Click the banner to follow the tour!) Continue reading
This tour filled up so fast, but as a huge fan of Maleficent I could not let the opportunity to join in pass! I am very excited to share with you about this new Middle Grade Maleficent tale called HEART OF THE MOORS written by Holly Black (author of The Cruel Prince)! Keep reading to find out more and even read an excerpt! Continue reading
I love the legend of King Arthur, Merlin, and that whole cast of characters so when I saw that this was a twist on the old story I knew I had to read it and I’m really excited to see the series when it releases on Netflix! Keep reading to find out more about CURSED, a new fantasy retelling by Thomas Wheeler and illustrated by the great Frank Miller. (click the banner to follow the tour!) Continue reading
This cover is so intriguing that I had to jump on and help promote the series! Keep reading for more on the books and the author, plus click on the tour banner to visit the official tour stops! Continue reading
Today I’m helping to promote THE BEHOLDER by Anna Bright, a YA Fantasy that sweeps you away on a romantic adventure while riddled with gems of inspiration from various myths and fairy tales! If any of that sounds intriguing then keep reading for more on the book and the author! Continue reading
I missed FFBC’s sign-ups but I’m not letting that stop me from promoting Nadine Brandes’ latest book, ROMANOV! I love the mystery of Anastasia and this retelling sounds intriguing plus the cover is so lovely to look at! Keep reading for more on the book and the author!
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Fierce Fairytales: poems and stories to stir your soul by Nikita Gill (2018)
Poetry | Fantasy
“Traditional fairytales are rife with cliches and gender stereotypes: beautiful, silent princesses; ugly, jealous, and bitter villainesses; girls who need rescuing; and men who take all the glory.
But in this rousing new prose and poetry collection, Nikita Gill gives Once Upon a Time a much-needed modern makeover. Continue reading