Hello, awesome fans of the beastly kind. My dark YA fairy tale retelling Scarlette officially released today! And as a free gift to awesometastic readers, I’m giving away Scarlette for FREE this weekend on Sunday, November 4th.
What’s this YA paranormal book about, you may be wondering? Glad you asked:
Scarlette, an 18-year-old peasant, lives under a dark threat. A nightmarish creature lurks in the surrounding forest, killing the villagers one by one. When Scarlette’s grandmother survives an attack, Scarlette learns that her grandmother hasn’t suffered the bite of just any normal animal.
Now desperate, Scarlette searches throughout her province to find a cure. But there are those who want to keep their pasts hidden. As she begins to uncover the dark secrets of her village, Scarlette is befriended by a local nobleman and a woodcutter who share a gruesome history with the beast. To save her grandmother, Scarlette must unravel their mystery and solve an age-old crime. But as she pieces together the clues, Scarlette finds herself torn between the two men, both of whom want to be more than friends and hold the key to the cure.
Based on both the Grimm and Perrault versions of Little Red Riding Hood and set against the terrifying, historic Beast of Gévaudan attacks, this dark YA retelling blends two epic legends, giving the fabled girl-in-the-red-cloak a new, shockingly real existence.
So bust out some hot cocoa, lock your doors, turn off the lights, and read a new spin on the fabled girl-in-the-red-cloak.
Snag your FREE e-copy on Amazon HERE this Sunday, November 4th to unleash the creepfest!
And here’s the short version for all you skimmers. (!) *points finger* You know who you are. 😉
Who: You. Yeah, you!
What: A FREE dark YA paranormal fairy tale retelling for…wait for it…FREE
When: This weekend (November 4th, 2012)
Where: On Amazon Kindle. Right HERE.
Why: Because you love dark fairy tale retellings, want to be scared out of your mind, and stuff. Duh! And because it’s FREE.
How: With a click of your mouse or touch of your screen, of course.
HAPPY HALLOWEEN! 😀