Saturday, April 27, 2013

Faerieground: Wish + Giveaway

Synopsis: Two friends, torn apart. Soli and Lucy argue, and then Lucy disappears, taken by the faeries who live in the forest near their homes. Can Soli save her friend, even if it means facing the biggest dangers she's ever experienced?

Willow Forest is a mysterious and magical place and Soli and Lucy have been told never to wish while there. The forest has a connection to Faeries and they will make your wishes come true, only not as you intended them. Beautifully illustrated, the text is interspersed with vibrant illustrations.  This creates a unqiue, graphic storytelling reading experience.

My Review:  I LOVED Faeriesground: WISH - I can't wait for the next one to come out.  I am not a huge fan of paranormal unless it faeries or witches (good chicklit type witches).  Vampires, zombies, ghosts....are not my thing.  WISH's focus was faeries, but I have a feeling there will be more about a witch (good one) in the book.  I hope so!  

Soli and Lucy have been more like sisters for as long as they can remember.  Their bond is so strong, but when Soli gets angry at Lucy one day, she makes a wish in the forest and is not able to take it back.    I don't want to give anything away, but it is very exciting and the girls friendship is tested to the max.  What they discover and how the book is fantastic and left me wanting MORE!

The illustrations included throughout the book are beautiful and give the book a special touch.  I wasn't sure how I was going to feel about a book with illustrations - but it added so much too a wonderful book.

Even though WISH is targeted for 8 - 13 years old, it is a must read for any age! Bravo ladies - I LOVED it!

Meet the Authors and Illustrator

Beth Bracken is a children's book editor. She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with her husband, Steve, and their son, Sam. When she's not reading, writing, or editing books, Beth spends most of her time knitting endlessly while watching reruns of old TV shows and drinking lots of tea.

Kay Fraser is from Buenos Aires. She left home at eighteen and moved to North Dakota—basically the exact opposite of Argentina. These days, she designs books, writes, makes tea for her husband, and drives her daughters to their dance lessons.

Odessa Sawyer is an illustrator from Santa Fe, New Mexico. She works mainly in digital mixed media, utilizing digital painting, photography, and traditional pen and ink. Odessa's work has graced book covers from many top publishing houses, and she has also done work for various film and television projects, posters, and album covers. Highly influenced by fantasy, fairy tales, fashion, and classic horror, Odessa's work celebrates a whimsical, dreamy, and vibrant quality.

Connect:  You can connect with the authors and illustrator online at their website and you check out the book trailer video here!

Giveaway:  I am so excited to be able to offer one lucky person (in US/Can) their own copy of Faeriesground WISH!  All you have to do is: 
  • Follow this blog (via email of GFC) and 
  • Leave me a comment letting me know your what your favorite type of paranormal book is....vampires, faeries, witches, zombies, ghost, etc.  

Make sure you leave me your email address (email at where ever dot com is more than fine).  

Contest ends May 4th, midnight, EST.  Goodluck!


  1. My favorite? I love fairies and shifters! I cant get enough of them! Thank you for sharing!
    GFC: shadow_kohler

  2. My favorite are definitely faeries, good or bad.
    via email - puttputt1198eve(at)Comcast(dot)net

  3. This books sounds great - I love faeries, witches and vampires, not so sure about zombies. I follow via GFC:afredericks and via email.


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