Blog Tour Promo: Taking Wing by Clemency Crow

Taking Wing.jpegTwelve-year-old Freya enjoys karate and is the only one in her class who’s trusted with a part-time job. But everything changes when she meets a boy with yellow eyes. She learns about the guardians, and how an age-old fight has prevented them from fulfilling their purpose.

Freya finds new friends in the Crow tribe, but not everything in the castle is blissful. A destructive shadow lies within her and all she needs to do to release it is close her eyes.

But as the guardians’ war rages on, Freya realises that, although the shadow’s power can be useful, it can’t create peace. To do that, Freya and her friends must solve the mysterious crime that began the war. Can they bring the guardians together before they destroy each other?

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Blog Tour Promo: Faeries of Saizia by Tonya L. Chaves

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Zäria and Avery, two teenage faeries seeking adventure, get more than they bargained for when they start spying on the elves of Eerie Hollow. They discover why the elves are making delectable chocolates in the forest only to be captured by their adversary, Thordon who threatens them into taking on a quest.

They run into more trouble while crossing through The Perilous Forest when they meet a witch with her own agenda. Their only hope is to locate an ancient faerie sanctuary they’ve only heard of in legend.

 

Secrets are revealed about Zäria’s parents, which leaves her conflicted and forced to make some tough choices. Just when the fae think their troubles are over, the kingdom of Saizia is in danger of being destroyed.

Will Zäria and Avery be able to get help on time? How will they defeat the evil Thordon? Inspired by the author’s children, Faeries of Saizia is a unique story that will instill a love for reading, love for nature, and belief in life’s endless possibilities.

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Blog Tour Promo: The Wise & The Wicked by Rebecca Podos

The Wise & the Wicked.jpegRuby Chernyavsky has been told the stories since she was a child: The women inher family, once possessed of great magical abilities to remake lives and stave offdeath itself, were forced to flee their Russian home for America in order to escapethe fearful men who sought to destroy them. Such has it always been, Ruby’s beentold, for powerful women. Today, these stories seem no more real to Ruby thanfolktales, except for the smallest bit of power left in their blood: when each of themcomes ofage, she will have a vision of who she will be when she dies—a destiny asinescapable as it is inevitable. Ruby is no exception, and neither is her mother,although she ran from her fate years ago, abandoning Ruby and her sisters. It’s afool’s errand, because they all know the truth: there is no escaping one’s Time.

Until Ruby’s great-aunt Polina passes away, and, for the first time, a Chernyavsky’sdeath does not match her vision. Suddenly, things Ruby never thought she’d beallowed to hope for—life, love, time—seem possible. But as she and her cousin Cecebegin to dig into the family’s history to find out whether they, too, can change theirfates, they learn that nothing comes without a cost. Especially not hope.

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Blog Tour Promo: Whispers from the Depths by C. W. Briar

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Joyful and blessed are Voice-bearers, for the Heavens have set them apart.

As Whisperers gifted with the Voice, Betka and her people are enslaved. Only they can control the dangerous spirits that haunt the waters, but they are forced to serve under cruel taskmasters. Betka has little hope of freedom from her service or her own bitterness.

They toil for the goodness of others.

A powerful water spirit terrorizes the castle where Betka’s sister is serving. Betka is assigned to the crew sailing to face the foe, and she fears for the only family she has left.

Rage is found nowhere in them.

In the beleaguered, flooded castle, a new threat awaits—a magic more powerful and horrifying than anything they have ever seen. Loyalties will be tested, and enemies will become desperate allies.

Betka is their only hope of escape—if she can subdue the wrath that endangers them all.

She who wields the waters for revenge drowns herself tenfold.

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