Crimson in the Very Wrong Fairy Tale is now available. The print version and the ebook version are already up on AMAZON and SMASHWORDS.
The very first reader review is already up at Amazon:
FIVE STARS! “Liz Jasper delivers and she delivers big with CRIMSON. The cast of characters are endearing and so much fun! Some of my favorite parts were exploring Crimson’s underground ‘castle’, especially her closet. Just wait until you see her closet!! Jasper has a way of making her characters become your best friends. You will cheer for Crimson, you will laugh with her and you will want to spend more time with her when you hit The End and beg Liz to hurry up and give you the next book.”
Release fun–contests, interviews and more:
Through Wednesday, August 15th. Goodreads print book giveaway
Wednesday, August 8: Guest blog at Liv Rancourt’s blog. I’m being interviewed by her Ouija board. Yes, I just typed that.
Monday, August 13: I’m the author of the week at Fabio Bueno’s YAMONDAY
Thursday, August 16: Visit me for an interview on Jennifer Oliver’s blog.
BEACH BOOK BLAST!!! Wedneday, August 15th-Sunday August 19, join me and a bunch of fabulous authors as we give away a KINDLE and lots of books and prizes for summer/fall 2012 releases! There are a ton of blogs to visit and prizes to win, so check it out every day through the event. I’ll post more info here later this week.
Wednesday, August 22: Visit me for Live Wonderstruck on Sherri Martin-Hutchin’s blog
Look for more events and updates!
CRIMSON IN THE VERY WRONG FAIRY TALE is available now in both print and ebook (it’s up at Amazon and Smashwords and will be available everywhere else in the next few weeks). Here, again, is the back cover blurb:
Crimson has a strategy for surviving high school. Blend in. Don’t cause trouble.
It works pretty well–until her sixteenth birthday when her long-lost father shows up and all hell breaks loose.
It turns out that he is a demon king, which makes Crimson…a princess. Of Darkness.
Her castle is a sulfur-reeking cavern underground. Her Princess Training has nothing to do with tea and crumpets. Prince Charming isn’t rushing in to save her. And, to top it off, she still has to go to high school.
She can’t tell anyone the truth, not even her best friends. To survive, she will have to risk everything and use a cunning she didn’t know she possessed. And even then there’s no guarantee she or anyone she cares about will be alive tomorrow–for neither Hell nor high school comes with a manual.