Book Tours: Starter Day Party Feathered – Swan Maiden Book 1

I’m hosting the starter day party today for the book tour for fantasy “Feathered – Swan Maiden Book 1”. The tour runs from January 15 to February 15.

Tour Schedule

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

Genre: Fantasy

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.

Author Bio

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.

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