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Cover Reveal of Princess Breeze by Beverly Stowe McClure

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Readers! Readers! Readers! This is so exciting. I'm super happy to be sharing with you the cover reveal for Beverly Stowe McClure's upcoming tween sequel, Princess Breeze. I read an early, early version of this book and because it was a while ago and I have a really patchy memory, I can't wait to read it again! Breeze is one of my favorite characters of Beverly's. Here is more about the book to get you as excited about it as I am.


PRINCESS BREEZE by Beverly Stowe McClure
For months, Breeze Brannigan has heard nothing from Cam, the prince she met at school, who disappeared one night, without telling her goodbye. On the night she graduates from middle school, however, he contacts her and invites her to visit Isla del Fuego, his home. Who could refuse such an invitation?
Breeze along with her whole family and best friends, Amy and Allison, soon sail to the island, where she and Cam renew their friendship. But danger lurks; a legend comes to life; and Breeze finds herself i…

Cover Reveal #MARKEDBEAUTY by S.A. Larsen

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I'm so excited to be participating in the cover reveal for S.A. Larsen's debut young adult novel. Sheri is an awesome author, a fantastic person, a constant supporter of her fellow authors. How can I not be excited to help her out? And then you read the blurb for this book and it's like...what...? I have to wait until October to read this?! 

You can get in on the action too. Be sure to look over the easy peasy instructions at the bottom and share the cover love! 

MARKED BEAUTY by S.A. Larsen, Cover Reveal 
Title: Marked Beauty
Author: S.A. Larsen
Publisher: Ellysian Press
Release Date: October 2017

Uncovering hidden secrets can sometimes kill you . . . or worse, steal your soul.

Anastasia Tate has a secret. She can feel the emotions of others through their life energy auras. Not a welcome gift for a teenager. Especially when a sinister presence begins stalking her.

Viktor Castle also has a secret. He’s tasked with protecting humanity yet cursed by an ancient evil to destroy it.

A…

Three Times A Charm with Danica Davidson

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Welcome to Three Times A Charm. Today I’m introducing you to a middle grade and young adult author, Danica Davidson. Thanks for joining us today, Danica. Tell us a little about you.
When I was three, I used to dictate stories to my parents. When I learned how to write on my own, I got even more down on paper. (Learning how to spell well came later.) I have a background in journalism, but fiction writing is where my heart really sings. So far I’ve been writing middle grade and YA books, and I want to write in all different genres and for different age groups.
I think writing for different medias (such as journalism and fiction) really develops a person’s storytelling skill. Tell us about your published work.
I’m the author of the middle grade Overworld Adventure series, also known as “books for Minecrafters.” They take place as if Minecraft is a real world and follow the adventures of 11-year-old Stevie as he finds a portal to Earth and explores the different worlds. There are six book…

Funny thing happened on the way to publishing books. Fairy tales. May #InkRipples

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Simply put (according to Wikipedia)  Afairy taleis a type of short story that typically featuresfolkloricfantasycharacters, such asdwarves,dragons,elves,fairies,giants,gnomes,goblins,griffins,mermaids,talking animals,trolls,unicorns, orwitches, and usuallymagicorenchantments.
Once upon a time I didn’t like fairy tale retellings. But one day I was home and bored, sitting on the couch, covered by a blankie, and in desperate need of a new story to read. I picked up a copy of The Curse Girl  by Kate Avery Ellison, a Beauty and the Beast retelling. I sat, and I read, and before I knew it I was done. Imagine my surprise when I enjoyed it! Then I read Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge  Another Beauty and the Beast retelling. A Kiss in Time by Alex Flinn  a Sleeping Beauty retelling. Maybe you see that I was starting to like them.
One day, while reading messages and reviews for my first published book The Weaver. I realized one of the most common comments was how the book had a fairy tale feel. …