Hi guys! I’m back at Liberty Falls Down book blog where she interviews me. We talk about what drew me to Norwegian folklore, a funny thing someone said to me about the first book in Zaria Fierce, beta readers, writing, and moving past discouragement. Join us!
I’m sure everyone has seen the first business cards I made to promote the first book in the Zaria Fierce Trilogy. Here’s a close up of the ones I made for the second book:
I really like how these came out and how the set looks when they’re side-by-side. Eoghan did a phenomenal job on the cover art! 🙂 They look so pretty.
In case you missed it – I’m over at Anjie’s blog Love Thy Shelf talking about author readings and book signing events. I share what I learned from holding one. What do you like best about going to one?
I had the opportunity to be on Brevard Notes again to talk about the newest book in the Zaria Fierce Trilogy. I’m super excited to share it with you. I hope you enjoy the new TV interview!
Eoghan and I are at Kelly’s blog Live, Love, Read talking about the artwork in the second Zaria Fierce novel. Meet another of his trolls and see a scene from the book!
I’m over at Emily Reads Everything today sharing my favorite Norewegian magical kingdom. Will you guess right? Is it the mountain-trolls? Elves? Fairies? Giants? Dwarves? Join us and find out!
Today’s a super special day! It’s Zaria Fierce’s birthday and we’re going to celebrate it with a bang! Join me at Danissa’s blog to learn how you can throw your very own Zaria Fierce Birthday Bash. There’s ideas for food, costumes, and games!
•Currently Reading• 📖 || Zaria Fierce and the Enchanted Drakeland Sword by @keiragillett || eating some yummy cassava cake too! Happy Birthday Zaria! 🎉🎁 #currentlyreading #booknerd #zariafierceandtheenchanteddrakelandsword #zariafierce #ebook #koboreader #cassavacake #booksandfood #bookstagram #bookdragon #bibliophile #vscobooks #bookporn #foodporn #thebooklandia
Danissa also got a chance to review the second Zaria Fierce book. Here’s some of the awesome things she said about it:
This is one of the most amazing second book in a trilogy that I’ve read. I love how fast-paced the book is and how it has no flat lines/ boring parts. I like how empowering the book is, especially on facing your own demons. Just like Zaria.
I’m loving this new coloring page from Michele Carpenter. What do you think of her newest offering? What music is Oskar listening to?
To print, click on the image and you will be taken to the full-size drawing.
I would love to see your drawings so be sure to e-mail me if you print these out and color them in. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello readers! Today is a very exciting day. As you know Zaria Fierce and the Enchanted Drakeland Sword released today, but did you know I was at Ner’s fabulous blog talking about the Norwegian magical kingdoms you’ll find in the Zaria Fierce trilogy? You should click over because a new illustration has been revealed and a map. You know how much Zaria loves maps! You can’t not check it out.
Ner also paired the guest post with a review of the second book. It blew my socks off! She had this to say:
I congratulate Keira Gillett because her series only gets better. Not only are the characters growing with their adventures as we are as readers. As I mentioned on my previous review, this is definitely a story worth sharing with our family. And if I had previously said that this series was a delight to Narnia and Spiderwick fans, I will consider The Enchanted Drakeland Sword as a potential children’s version of The Lord of the Rings.
Thank you so much Ner for having me and for your lovely review!