Today I have the awesome cover for you from the new book by Stephanie Greenhalgh , The Twistedly True Guardian Tale. This book debuts in October and is the sequel to her widely popular book, The Twistedly True Tale Of Ruby Hood. Take a look:
In the small town of Woodsville, Ruby Hood it settling into her role as Guardian of the Wood. In the blink of an eye, her monumental high school graduation comes and goes without her attendance. There are too many other things on her mind.
Her mom, Christine Wood, has just returned from caring for Ruby's ill grandmother. Kent Wolf finally gets released from the hospital and Kayla Wolf is desperate to make amends, while Dylan Hunter works to hone his Huntsman skills. Everything seems like it’s going to work itself out,until Ivy Snow shows up on Ruby’s front porch with an RV filled with seven dwarves.
As a new darkness casts a shadow over Woodsville, Ruby is unsure where to turn when turmoil erupts in the Wood, and finds herself aligned with an unusual cast of characters. One she is certain is lying to her. As time progresses, she wrestles to uncover the truth and save innocents. As Guardian of the Wood, Ruby worries that she can’t save everyone, but what if she is the one who needs saving?
Bottom line is if you like reworked, and fractured, fairy tales, this is one book you won't want to miss. I couldn't put the original Twistedly True book down, and I think this one will hold my attention just as well.
Put this one on your TBR list for October :)
Even though she currently lives in Las Vegas, Stephanie Greenhalgh is a Midwestern girl through and through. As an avid reader and learner, literature and school are more of a passion than a hobby. This two time UNLV graduate has four published short stories: "Betula's Angst", "Duality", "Angel 101", and "The Twistedly True Nightmare of Ruby Hood", all featured in anthologies. Her first novel, "The Twistedly True Tale of Ruby Hood", was released in October 2013. And her first self publication, "If the Silver Slippers Fit..." debuted January 2014