Thank you to Lisa and all the crew here at The Novel Approach having me over for the Urban Fairy Tale cover reveal by the amazing Paul Richmond! Presenting the cover in the final book in The Screw-Up Princess and Skillful Huntsman Trilogy. It’s truly a bittersweet beauty!
Releases August 19th!
Genre: Fractured Fairy Tales, Urban Fantasy
Series: The Screw-Up Princess and Skillful Huntsman Trilogy
Universe: Fairy Tales of the Open Road
Published: August 19, 2016
Cover Artist: Paul Richmond
Modern day fairy-tale princess, Taylor Hatfield, has problems. One, hes a guy. Two, hes an insomniac Sleeping Beauty. Three, his practically perfect brother, Atticus Hatfield, this generations Snow White, has been irrevocably corrupted by the Witchking. The Library, a clandestine organization, seeks to write The End on Atticus, and Taylor faces the impossible when his own parents endorse his brothers demise. With his true love, the huntsman Corentin Devereaux at his side, they once again set out to find Atticus, but Atticus wont go down without a fight.
The quest ends how it began. But instead of the quirky, corkscrewing Americana road trip, Taylor and Corentin must contend with the dangers of the urban jungle. With an unexpected ally at their side, theyre forced to question all they knew about the legacy of Snow White.
As the world of the Enchants and the mundane hang in the balance, Taylor knows what he must do. Go pick an apple.
Lex Chase once heard Stephen King say in a commercial, Were all going to die, Im just trying to make it a little more interesting. Now, shes on a mission to make the world a hell of a lot more interesting.
Weaving tales of cinematic, sweeping adventureand depending on how she feels that dayLex sprinkles in high-speed chases, shower scenes, and more explosions than a Hollywood blockbuster. Her pride is in telling stories of men who kiss as much as they kick ass. If youre going to march into the depths of hell, it better be beside the one you love.
Lex is a pop culture diva, her DVR is constantly backlogged, she has intense emotions about Hannibal’s Hannigram, and unapologetically loved the ending of Lost. She wouldnt last five minutes without technology in the event of the apocalypse and has nightmares about refusing to leave her cats behind.