The Fairytale Keeper Series

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The Fairytale Keeper CoverReviews of The Fairytale Keeper

“A…resonant tale set late in the 13th century… with unexpected plot twists. An engaging story of revenge and redemption.” -Publisher’s Weekly

“Really great story…great historical fiction. Strong emotion injected into almost every page.” -The Vine Review

“…a unique twist on the Grimm’s Fairy Tales. Part fairy tale retelling, part historical fiction…. The Fairytale Keeper is a story of corruption, devotion, and tough decisions.” -Copperfield Review

Synopsis of The Fairytale Keeper Series

Anonymous, nameless, Adelaide Schumacher should have been lost to history. Medieval girls don’t make legends. If they’re lucky to live long enough, they make babies.

But Adelaide’s life is anything but average.  How else could the daughter of a shoemaker and a storyteller end up immortalized as the real Snow White?

The Fairytale Keeper, first in the series of the same name, was a quarter-finalist in Amazon’s 2013 Breakthrough Novel Contest and an Indie Book of the Day.

The Fairytale Keeper weaves historical events and Grimm’s fairy tales into a tale of corruption and vengeance,  leaving the reader wondering where fact ends and fiction begins. The famous villains, heroes, and damsels of Grimm’s fairy tales are cast into believable medieval lives.

 

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2 thoughts on “The Fairytale Keeper Series”

  1. Andrea,

    I met you today on the flight fromGreenville to Philly. I was not so sure about the move to SC but you allayed some of my fears in the short time that we spoke. That being said, I looked you up because you are doing what I’ve wanted to do by being a novelist. I am about 25% of the way through my novel but I’d love to get your input. Would you be willing to look at what I wrote and give me some feedback? Redline it all you want. I’m also going to read the Fairytale series so that I can see your writing style. Have fun in Maine!

    Rob

    • Hi Rob!
      I’d be happy to take a look at your stuff. I get asked to do that quite a bit. I typically skim and give broad suggestions. I consider my “expertise” to be in YA or historical fiction. If you write in a genre outside of that, I don’t know how helpful my feedback will be. I hope it’s helpful. :) I joined a writing club in my area and loved that. Meetup.com is a great resource and can help you find one in your area. I am in the middle of re-writing The Fairytale Keeper. I’ve grown as a writer since it was published, and I cringe when I read parts of it. The good thing about self-publishing is that I can re-write all I want. SC really is a great place to live. I’m sure your family would love it! My email is andreacefalo4@gmail.com
      Warm Regards,
      Andrea

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