A very nice review by Beneath the Moon and Stars, a young adult book blog written by two middle school girls who love to read. Find out why they gave The Fairytale Keeper 5 out of 5 stars.
Find out where and how the idea for The Fairytale Keeper series came from at YA Book Blog, Beneath the Moon and Stars.
Click here to find out what Copperfield Review writer, Kimberly Sonner thought about The Fairytale Keeper: Avenging the Queen and when you’re done head over to YA Book Blog, The Girl Reads and score five free books including a free advanced readers copy of The Fairytale Keeper: Avenging the Queen.
If you’d been keeping up with my posts, then you’ve heard that I have been having a horrible time formatting the final copy of The Fairytale Keeper: Avenging the Queen. Yesterday, I bit the bullet and sent it off to a formatting company and what a weight was lifted of my shoulders! I should have the final copy in a week. No more ARC’s though. (Sorry bloggers!)
When I sent the final copy off, I thought I’d start picking up some of the books I’ve been dying to read, but nope. The characters started having conversations in my head and the writing bug has bitten again. Now I’m off to rewrite the beginning of the second book in The Fairytale Keeper series. Wish me luck!
Can’t wait to read it? Want another little taste? Check out Claire Reads Young Adult Book Blog today for the latest excerpt from The Fairytale Keeper: Avenging the Queen.
What are you reading this week? Naiche Lizzette Parker, creator of the amazing YA book blog, The Book Girl Reads, is reading, drum roll please, you guessed it: The Fairytale Keeper: Avenging the Queen.
I’m reading Phillpa Gregory’s The Queen’s Fool. Oh, how I love Phillipa Gregory! I’m finally done with my last round of revisions and very happy to be reading for fun again.
I had a great time yesterday visiting my art teacher from high school Ms. Eva Esrum. She really inspired a love of art and history for me. It was so nice to see her again and talk to her students about the writing process and careers in publishing. They were a great audience. I think there might be a few future authors and illustrators in that classroom!