That’s just a taste of what the readers at Fay-Bay Young Adult Book Blog had to say about The Fairytale Keeper. Reader the rest here.
The Capt. Kimberly Hampton Branch Library (304 Biltmore Road, Easley, SC 29640) is hosting a meet and greet featuring yours truly on July 9 at 6:30 p.m. Books will be available for purchase so come out and get a personalized copy if you like. Everyone is invited! For more information, call 864-850-7077.
The very wonderful Cheryl Allen from The Greenville News stopped by earlier this week to interview me about The Fairytale Keeper. In the following clip, I discuss how I came up with the idea for series. http://www.greenvilleonline.com/videonetwork/1722683468001?odyssey=mod
Precious Mae at The Flipping Bookwork says “this is my newest recommended series. I am so amazed with what Ms. Andrea painted in my imagination. I am not really a fan of historical settings but this one really caught my interest. Thumbs up!”
Read the rest of the review at http://flippingbookworm.blogspot.com/2012/06/fairytale-keeper-avenging-queen-andrea.html
It’s true, so when the blogger at The Girl Who Reads YA asked to pick my brain about The Fairytale Keeper, I had to allow it. Find out what she had to know by clicking here.
Yes, there will be a test on this. Well, only if you want to take one. 😉 So smarty pants, think you know all things The Fairytale Keeper? Take this quiz on Goodreads and find out! The Fairytale Keeper Quiz!
Find out where Ivo ranks in comparison to the myriad of hunks in all the amazing young adult books Rachel at Hooked to Books has read. To read her review click here.
A huge thanks goes out to Judith Brown and The Laurens Advertiser for their lovely front-page article about The Fairytale Keeper. I’ll be signing at The Bookstore (also in Laurens) tomorrow from 3-5pm. I can’t wait! To see the full article, click here.
The amazing Calum of The Secret Blogger is giving away a copy of The Fairytale Keeper. Here’s another secret, ever if you don’t win my book you might win a little something else. Check out the article and enter to win your copy here.
So today I had my first signing. I was pretty nervous, but the people at Mr. K’s (Greenville, SC) were so gracious. I had no idea what to expect because this was my first signing. I (somewhat naively) ordered 100 books. Unless you’re JK Rowling or have some sort of cult following, it’s unlikely that the turnout for an event is going to be huge so needless to say I haven plenty of books left over for the other two signings that I have this week. That’s okay. It would be a real problem if I had to cancel a signing because I couldn’t get enough books shipped to me.
All in all, I met some amazing people and did rather well in sales. The staff even told me that people had come in earlier that week to request the book before it had even been released! I owe a huge thanks to Ken M., Nancy C., Greg C., Becky K., Alyssa K., Katie C., Lydia C., Dana W., and the wonderful staff at Mr. K’s for making my first signing such a positive experience.