Sneak peek at Glass Frost on Faerie Magazine's blog!
NYT Best Selling Author: MARISSA MEYER
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NYT Best Selling Author Marissa Meyer was interviewed at Su Williams' blog and she mentioned First Frost as an indie book to read! :D
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The folks at Faerie Magazine were kind enough to share an excerpt of Glass Frost on their blog.
Glass Frost takes the traditional Cinderella story to a new level. When Cinderella's slippers, which grant the wearer her heart's desire, are stolen, Queen Felicia sends her faithful steward Terrance and his love and witch-in-training, Bianca Frost, to retrieve them. The power of the glass slipper in the wrong hands could ruin peace in Everafter. Bianca must gather every bit of magic she has learned to find the slipper and protect her new love. Along the way, they uncover what happened to the Seven Dwarves after Snow White married the prince, but also learn the awful risk of tampering with black magic and the high price that must be paid for magical aid, even when used for good.
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Today, Liz DeJesus returns to talk about GLASS FROST, the second novel in her YA contemporary fairytale series! Be sure to check out our interview with Liz on the previous book, FIRST FROST....
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Novelist and poet Liz DeJesus has been writing for as long as she was capable of holding a pen. With First Frost, her exciting fairy tale-themed YA entry, she is making quite an impression with significant interest already developing for a sequel! Here we find out more about the author and why she feels that she is "right where I’m supposed to be."
YOUNG ADULT: What made you decide to start writing?
Liz DeJesus: I’ve wanted to be a writer for as long as I can remember. Mostly because I wanted to be just like my mom. But I decided to take it seriously when I was eighteen years old. All I could think about were my characters and what they were going to do next.
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