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Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Fable Ranger Series Book Blast and Giveaway

Here's a mid-grade fantasy series for you to pass along. Check out the series then be sure to enter to win a $25 Amazon gift card. Open worldwide through 9/16. Good luck.

Summons
Fable Ranger Book 1
by A.L. Brown
Genre: MG Fantasy, Fairy Tale Mashup
Take care what you wish for. You just might get it.


Twelve-year-old Casey doesn’t think life could get any more unfair. Plans for her special basketball tournament are tossed aside by her sister’s wedding plans. She even has to be a bridesmaid now, with all the lace and silk and—oh, the horror! All she wants is an escape, but she never imagined she’d be swept away to a world of Mother Goose rhymes, fairy tales, stories of Arabian Nights, and oh, by the way, all but one fairy godmother has been kidnapped.

Casey learns she’s been summoned as the Fable Ranger to lead the search and rescue of the missing wish-makers. But she’s not the hero they want. In the world of fairy tales, damsels aren’t meant to swoop in and save the day.

Now all Casey wants is to go home, but the veil between worlds is on lockdown. Taking fate into her own hands, she embarks on an airship flight to find the phoenix tears that can open her way home. Her journey would’ve gone as smooth as the perfect layup if it weren’t for that pesky bounty the evil Dovetail has placed on her head. But if Casey fails, the Arabian Nights will disappear forever—and leave her trapped in a world unraveling one fairy tale at a time.
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Fable Ranger Book 2 
Casey is home! But not for long…

Casey’s short-lived return to the real world is followed by a rapid scramble back to Lorealia to tackle Dovetail and more of his mischief. This time, it’s a family affair — not just to save the missing godmothers, but to rescue her sister Leslie as well.
Snow White is now Snow Leslie, trapped in an off-script fairy tale that’s doomed to spiral into a never ever after with the rest of Lorealia if Casey, her father, and Charlie-boy fail their mission to stop a war.
And has the book finally realized it made a mistake in choosing Casey as the Fable Ranger after all? Why is it rejecting her?
Don’t miss this final installment of the exciting Fable Ranger duology.



Born and raised in Little Rock, AR, Angela now calls Central Texas home.


Reading and writing have been lifelong passions. It was around the time she gave birth to her forever-love, nicknamed Chipmunk, that she really took writing seriously. After all, how could she teach her child to follow her dreams if she hadn't tried herself?

As a YA fantasy/sci-fi reader and author, she favors the magical, mysterious, the darker side of life...even harbors a secret fright for things that go bump in the night.

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17 comments:

  1. Love the cover! Sounds like a book kids would enjoy.

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    1. Hi Veronica, It is definitely meant for any reader but I certainly had my own kiddo in mind when writing these books.

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

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  3. The covers have a lot of detail in them and I think they look great!

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    1. Thank you, Amber. It was fun working with the publisher on the covers.

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  4. I love the covers.. the art work is wonderful....

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    1. Thank you, Michele. We wanted the covers to be fun to hint to the fun yet intriguing adventures for the characters.

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  5. I can definitely see these appealing to middle school aged readers :)

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  6. I like the covers-thanks

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  7. Thank you for hosting Fable Ranger here at your blog :-)

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  8. Fun cover! Sounds like this book is one I would have loved when I was younger - and even have fun reading now!

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  9. The covers look fun, I think my son would like them.

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