Thursday, May 21, 2015
The second book in the Urban Fairytales series, Snow: The White Crow is published!
On May 16, 2015 my eBook, Snow: The White Crow, was added at Amazon.com! And as always, print on demand paperbacks are also available!
It was far too much fun giving the story of Red Riding Hood into a modern twist. It was equally as fun to reexamine the fairytale of Snow White with this new book.
This book picks up eighteen months after Red Hood, in the same world where a third of the world's population are cursed to become mindless killing beasts, werewolves, on the full moon. Only this time we see it from the perspective of being outside the walled cities during a full moon. Gretta prefers to live in the forests to be close to nature as she travels the world, righting the balance between good and evil.
Gretta Snow is a Recovery Specialist. A Wolf Hunter who specializes in locating people outside the gates of the walled cities. She locates infected family members of Clean Bloods and helps them reunite outside the city gates. Or frees people in kidnapping and hostage situations. She has traveled the world for centuries, using her abilities to commune with nature and animals to assist her in battling dark magics.
Rachel Paige at her side, she stands with the Red Hood and her hellhound against some of the darkest gypsy witches the world has seen in centuries.
All is not as it seems and a conspiracy spanning centuries is slowly revealed... leaving more questions than answers. ---
I'm continuing to release a new Urban Fairytale book every two months, the next being based on Cinderella, Ella: Cinders and Ash. She's not sugar and spice as she burns a swath of death and destruction through the ranks of dark magic users in the world.
I have the best readers in the super platypus universe! I continue to want you all to know that I love them and appreciate any feedback, positive or negative. I also accept Antarctican cheese models of the sphinx.
I'd love to hear feedback and discussion from YOU about the characters in Snow. I'd love to discuss the story with you!