Write More Publications has just debuted another great book, from one of my friends, Stephanie Greengalgh. The Twistedly True Tale of Ruby Hood puts a new spin on the classic tale of deception and temptation. Take a look:
In the small town of Woodsville, self-assured Ruby Hood becomes tangled in more than traditional teenage angst. With the Homecoming Dance looming, everything at Woodsville High appears normal, but things are not as they seem. Ruby meets a cute boy with a lopsided grin, Dylan Hunter. She flirts shamelessly with the football star, Kent Wolf, and finds herself in a barrage of harsh verbal altercations with his stunning yet wicked sister, Kayla Wolf. Thankfully, she finds solace in her friend, Lilly Fair. Through a series of odd and painful events, Ruby discovers her true calling and the responsibilities that come with her new power and position. Despite her heartache and sorrow, will Ruby find the inner strength not only to protect herself, but also to keep the Wood safe at all cost?
What do you think of reimagined fairy tales? Are they for you? I can't wait to read this book and see what spin Stephanie has on the classic tale.
A born and raised Midwestern girl, Stephanie Greenhalgh, grew up in Godfrey, Illinois. She is a two-time graduate from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and a Master’s in Education. As an avid reader, literature has always been more of a passion than a hobby for Stephanie. A few years ago, she had a story swirling around in her subconscious, so she started jotting down ideas and The Twistedly True Tale of Ruby Hood was born. At present, she has four published short stories all featured in anthologies: Betula’s Angst, Duality, Angel 101 and The Twistedly True Nightmare of Ruby (a prequel to her first novel). Stephanie currently resides in Las Vegas, Nevada, with her husband and two Labrador retrievers. When she’s not writing or teaching, she enjoys spending quality time with friends and family, reading, running, practicing yoga and taking long walks with her pups. According to Stephanie, the best cure for writer’s block is curling up on the couch with a good book.