Whew! After wrestling with CreateSpace for a few weeks, Rapunzel the Hairbrained is uploaded! I am now awaiting my proof copy. In the meantime, here are my reflections on my CreateSpace experience.
My illustrator, Taylor Lucas, has been hard at work the past five months sketching and inking Rapunzel the Hairbrained. Ready for the big cover reveal?
The early bird…gets to be on TV.
Yesterday morning I went to Fox59 with Aili McGill of Nickel Plate Arts to talk up Fairyville on the morning news segment.
I received a lot of good answers to the question: “What fairy tale needs to be fixed and why?”
So which fairy tales received the most votes?
In a fairy tale, would Leap Second be a blessing–or a curse?
Growing up I never thought of Snow White’s stepmother as one of the big baddies in fairy tale literature. With the new version of her in Fairest, I’m beginning to reconsider.
It’s here! It’s here! My copy of Marissa Meyer’s Fairest arrived yesterday. I have not geeked out so much over the new release of a book since the 7th book of Harry Potter. I have discovered a new word for fans of The Lunar Chronicles. “Lunartics.” I am resisting the urge to Google the internet …
Fairest, the 4th book in Marissa Meyer’s The Lunar Chronicles, comes out in 6 hours. Excuse me while I go over here in a corner and have a little fangirl moment. You can see my reviews of the first 3 books in this series here: Book 1: Cinder Book 2: Scarlet Book 3: Cress
I personally love the movie Frozen. Even if you hate it, you probably started singing the moment you saw this blog title. It’s one of the most recognizable motifs in recent musical movie history. We just can’t Let It Go. I work with young’uns for a living. They consist of a typical range of lovers …
BEST. RESCUE. SCENE. EVER.
If you have no other reason to read Cress, this scene would justify it. A damsel in distress is held prisoner by a crazed wolf-man, a hero rushes through the hallway shouting her name, and then—
I laughed so hard I fell over.