We’re setting up a book tour for fantasy “Feathered: Swan Maiden Book 1”. The tour runs from January 15 to February 15.
January 15th: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading
January 15th: Book Excerpt @ Laura’s Interests
January 17th: Book Excerpt @ Bookish Madness
January 20th: Author Interview @ Bright Street Books
January 21st: Book Excerpt @ Libreria Di Beppe
January 24th: Book Review @ History from a Woman’s Perspective
January 25th: Book Excerpt @ Editor Charlene’s Blog
January 28th: Book Review @ Renaissance Writer
January 29th: Book Review @ Tome Tender’s Blog
February 2nd: Book Excerpt @ Just Books
February 4th: Book Excerpt @ Bedazzled Reading
February 6th: Author Interview @ Majanka’s Blog
February 8th: Book Review @ Adventures Through Wonderland
February 10th: Book Excerpt @ The Resistance
February 12th: Book Review @ I Heart Reading
February 13th: Book Excerpt @ I’m an Eclectic Reader
February 15th: Book Review @ All Sorts of Books
About the Book
Title: Feathered: Swan Maiden – Book 1
Author: Rachel Wollaston
The light and the dark were never meant to be separated.
When her bargain with a malevolent wizard goes terribly wrong, Marion DuVal finds herself trapped between two forms: a beautiful but darker parallel of herself, and a swan. Somehow, she must adhere to the wizard’s wishes, but it’s hard to perform epic magic when your feet are flippers and your neck’s the length of a small fishing pole. Caught up in a lie of royal proportions, her task is to get close to the queen, and such a thing is difficult when a certain handsome prince keeps getting in the way.
One girl; two identities. Marion must stop the darkness inside her before it’s too late.
Based on the classic tale of Swan Lake.
Born and bred in Gloucestershire, UK, Rachel Wollaston is a huge lover of all things fantasy. From an early age, her dream was to be a fairy, but the pay was no good, so she decided to become a writer instead. A Creative Writing student, Rachel is the author of young-adult fantasy and loves to build worlds that she wishes she could be a part of.
Besides writing, Rachel also enjoys a range of other artistic hobbies, including dancing, drawing, and an unhealthy amount of arts and crafts. You will almost always find her with a cup of tea and a cat watching old ‘70s comedies.