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Friday, October 13, 2017

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Fangirl Friday: The Emerald Cloth Cover Reveal & Giveaway + Star Wars!

Hey guys! Happy Friday the 13th! We are one week closer to Halloween! Tell me in the comments below on what you plan to be! I plan to just wear my Darth Vader onesie watching horror movies. I'm a boring bean, I know.

Before I show you the exciting cover reveal and giveaway, I just wanted to say another sad news that is tragic. The fires happening in California right now is horrifying and my thoughts and prayers are those affected by the fires. Seems like there's always something bad happening every week and it's terrible

Title: The Emerald Cloth
Author: Clare C. Marshall
Release Date: April 2018
Genre: YA Fantasy
Cover Designer: David Farrell
Publisher: Faery Ink Press
Hosted: Lady Amber's PR
That’s what my friends tell me.
But to free my prince,
And save my people from extinction,
I must cooperate with my greatest rival.
Everyone believes Kiera Driscoll is dead. Only her friends know the Violet Fox is alive, because they’re in hiding with her deep in Feenagh Forest.
Prince Keegan Tramore, who married Kiera in secret, faces a far worse fate. Cursed to slumber eternally, Keegan has been captured by the powerful Frostfire family. The curse is spreading, only affecting those born on the surface. Worse, the Frostfires pin the blame on the Freetors and persecute them relentlessly–a nightmare for Kiera, who wants all Marlenians to live in harmony. Difficult, now that the Frostfires and their Northern allies–including Kiera’s bitter enemy, Lady Dominique Castillo–have usurped Keegan’s rightful throne.
There is one hope: the Emerald Cloth, an artefact with legendary healing properties. Although Kiera swore she’d never seek another artefact again, she will do anything to protect her people. The Frostfires seek the cure as well–and they’ll go to great lengths to prevent it from falling into Kiera’s hands.
Whatever the cost, Kiera must free Keegan and her people from the magic-induced slumber before the kingdoms succumb to the curse of the Silver Spear.

Author Bio
CLARE C. MARSHALL grew up in rural Nova Scotia with very little television and dial-up internet, and yet she turned out okay. Her YA sci-fi novel Dreams In Her Head was nominated for the 2014 Creation of Stories award. Her hit fantasy novel The Violet Fox earned an honorable mention in the 2016 Whistler Independent Book Awards. She is a full-time freelance editor, book designer, and web manager. If there’s time left in the day, she devotes it to Faery Ink Press, her publishing imprint. When she’s not writing or fiddling up a storm, she enjoys computer games and making silly noises at cats.

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Have y'all seen the new Star Wars The Last Jedi trailer during half time of that football game?! I was honestly watching Dancing With The Stars at that time (Team Stark and Fish Upon A Star BTW), but I had to change the channel just to watch the spectacular trailer. One word though. PORGS!!!!

We also can't forget about our other superheroes!

Those who love soccer or are soccer fans every four years for the World Cup, well I got some sad news. The United States soccer team got eliminated and won't be participating in the upcoming World Cup 2018. Just wanted to let y'all know ahead of time before you ask when the USA is gonna play when you see a World Cup game on TV somewhere next year. Let's hope the USA team can get themselves together and hopefully qualify for the next World Cup!

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Lupe is a 19-year-old Latina who loves to read and watch movies and share her thoughts/opinions about them! Her all time favorite series consists of Bloodlines and Vampire Academy (among others), and her favorite author is Richelle Mead. You can find more of her book and movie reviews (and pandas) over at CatchingBookz.