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Monday, May 6, 2019

Finding Perdita Book Blast and Giveaway

I like the cover here but I'm not sure if it screams dark urban fantasy to me. If that's your thing, check out the title than be sure to enter the giveaway for an Amazon gift card and some ebooks, two winners. Open WW, ends 6/2. Good luck.

Finding Perdita
by April Grey
Genre: Dark Urban Fantasy 

Fairy Tales can come true, it can happen to you...Run!

Down on her luck and out-of-work, actress Cindy White's life changes for the worse when her roommate kicks her out. Landing in new digs in an old Chelsea tenement Cindy discovers a tunnel to the land of Perdita, a place she'd thought her father had made up in the fairy tales he'd once told her. 
A dangerous, ruined place of fairies, demons and captives, like her father who she thought was dead.
In this dark fantasy, a young woman discovers her true self and must align it with the old in leaving the world she knows behind in an effort to free her father.

April Grey's short stories are collected in The Fairy Cake Bakeshop and in I'll Love You Forever. She is also the author of two urban fantasy novels: Chasing the Trickster and it's sequel, St. Nick's Favor.

She edited the anthologies: Hell's Bells: Wicked Tunes, Mad Musicians and Cursed Instruments; Hell's Garden: Mad, Bad and Ghostly Gardeners, Hell's Grannies: Kickass Tales of the Crone and last year's, Hell's Kitties and Other Beastly Beasts.

She and her family live in Hell's Kitchen, NYC in a building next to a bedeviled garden. Gremlins, sprites or pixies, something mischievous, lurks therein. Someday she'll find out. Please visit www.aprilgrey.blogspot for her latest news.

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  1. I really like this book cover a lot and the book sounds great.

  2. I love the book cover and am excited to win and read/review your book! Thanks for the chance and good luck to all!

  3. The cover art seems appropriate for the book. Good job.

  4. I like the cover, it's thought provoking for sure.

  5. I do like the cover - it makes me look more closely at the book.

  6. Thank you for all your comments! Dawne Dominique did a gret job on the cover. I hope you all do read the book and review it.

  7. I absolutely love the cover! So attention getting! The book sounds very interesting, too.

  8. Would love to read this! The cover is fascinating!