First, thank you to everyone who participated in the Cover Reveal giveaway! I picked the winners this morning, and…
The winner of The Ever Afters prize pack is…
Also, I forgot to update the post, but I decided to throw a third book into the second giveaway–a signed copy of The Theory of Everything, by Kari Luna, which I just finished reading and I thought was funny and delightful. It’s YA, but younger YA (the protagonist is 14, the same age Rory turns in Of Enemies and Endings), and it’s about a girl who sees things other people can’t, including an adorable panda guide named Walt.
Without further ado, the winner of Hook’s Revenge, Flights & Chimes & Mysterious Times, AND The Theory of Everything is….
Congratulations, Danica H. and Mike R.!!! WOOOHOOOOOOOO!!!!
I shall be emailing you both for your addresses, so please check your inbox.
Now, onto some more Of Enemies and Endings business: a few of you have been eager to find out more about the final book in the series, namely when it comes out and what it’ll be about. I had to doublecheck with my editor, but she confirmed this week.
Of Enemies and Endings will come out on June 30, 2015!!!!
I know it’s almost a week later than it came out this year, but considering I turned it in roughly three or four months behind schedule, that pub date is closer than I feared it would be.
A couple readers have also expressed interest in the flap copy, which we just finalized last week. Here it is:
How will this tale end?
The whole fairy-tale world is on high alert. The Snow Queen and her minions are targeting Characters, and Ever After School is the only safe refuge left. Rory knows a final confrontation is inevitable, and she worries about the safety of her family and friends–particularly Chase, who has been acting very strange lately.
Will Rory be able to count on Chase when she needs him most? Is she strong enough to put an end to the Snow Queen’s terrible reign once and for all? Only one this is certain: it’s time for Rory to find out if her tale ends in happily ever after.
It is VERY hard to talk about this book without spoilers, so I won’t add much. But I will say that at the beginning of the book, only Rory and the Zipes triplets are still living at home (Rory in San Francisco with her mom and Amy, the triplets in the Texas hill country with their parents). The rest of their grade has moved to EAS, and that’s just ONE of the changes that have taken place since the end of the third book. 🙂