Join me for the third part of my author interview series at ReinReads with Alysyn. Together we talk about collaboration, writing, inspiration, and book two. See you there! Thanks Alysyn for having me! 🙂
Welcome everyone! Join me over at Meredith’s blog, All ‘Bout Them Books and Stuff for part two in an interview series with Eoghan Kerrigan, the illustrator for Zaria Fierce! Learn Eoghan’s favorite characters and see some of his favorite drawings.
Meredith also reviewed Zaria Fierce and had this to say:
Overall, this was a fantastic read with likable characters and an engaging story line. I am most definitely looking forward to reading the second book in this series. There is going to be one, I hope! Otherwise I would be very sad. If you’re looking for a fun, easy read filled with fantasy check out Zaria Fierce and the Secret of Gloomwood Forest!
Thank you so much Meredith for hosting us!
Greetings everyone! Join me at Kathy’s blog Novelty of Life to see my character casting for Filip Storstrand and the rest of his family.
Hi everyone! I’m over at Ner’s blog, A Cup of Coffee and a Book. Ner starts us off with a wonderful book review where Zaria Fierce is compared to the Chronicles of Naria (I’m very flattered!), before we move on into a Pronunciation Guide for Zaria Fierce.
Here’s a preview of the nice things she says about my book:
Keira Gillett’s writing was also easy to read you basically read an entire chapter without realising it. It wasn’t too childish but it wasn’t also too tricky or too mature. It’s a writing style that can be read by any age and anyone who simply wishes to leave reality behind and enter this fantasy world.
I’m so excited to be at Emily’s blog Midwestern Book Nerd today. I’m sharing facts about writing and publishing Zaria Fierce book one. I hope you’ll join me and say hello.
Emily also wrote a fabulous review for the first book. Here’s a sneak peek of what she has to say:
This book was seriously so fun, and was a nice distraction from life. I highly recommend you look into it if you are in the mood for a fun adventure. I also recommend that you get it for any book loving middle schooler you know. This would have been right up my alley at that age, but sadly did not exist at that point (well at least it did not exist in my hands). Support an indie author and dive into a completely new series!
I’m excited to be on Aimal’s blog, Bookshelves and Paperbacks today. We’re discussing how to pick a narrator for your book. It’s a tough job, but an author’s got to do it (especially if she’s self-published.) So what should you do? Join us to find out!
You can find me today over at Liberty Falls Down discussing how music intersects with writing and reading. I also share the playlist for Zaria Fierce and the Secret of Gloomwood Forest so you can listen as you read to what I listened to as I wrote. How fun is that?
Today I’m over at Carole Finds Her Wings sharing my vision of the non-humans in Zaria Fierce. We all know how much I love Hector Woodworth, but you’ll also get a chance to meet Edevart, Frida, and Helena. Thanks Carole for hosting me my book tour!
Michele and I are over at Rayna’s blog Reader Rayna. This is part one of three. Join us to learn more about Michele’s day to day, how she got into the business of narrating, and her favorite parts about narrating, and more.
Check out part two in my interview series with Analee over at her blog Book Snacks. There I throw a friend under the bus, discuss Shakespeare and character names, and share tips about writer’s block.
Analee also gave Zaria Fierce an outstanding review. Here’s a quick sample:
A great book with vivid descriptions and relatable characters, I definitely recommend this for those of you who are looking for a middle-grade fantasy novel. 4 Stars
Thanks so much for hosting me, Analee! It’s been fun and I love the tour graphic you made for the post!
Check out my interview with Anjie over at her blog Love Thy Shelf in which I share my favorite children’s stories, talk about Zaria Fierce, and discuss writing.
Anjie also shared her thoughts on Zaria Fierce in this great review. Here’s a quick sample:
I really enjoyed Zaria’s story. It reminded me a lot of Percy Jackson series… Middle school children will absolutely like this one! 4 Stars
Thanks so much for having me Anjie!
Today I’m having fun at Jaclyn’s blog, Living in a World of Book Quotes, talking about 13 quotes from Zaria Fierce and the Secret of Gloomwood Forest. Which one is your favorite?