Wednesday, 14 August 2013

Tea Pot Tales: A Collection of Unique Fairy Tales #teapottales

"Tea Pot Tales: A Collection of Unique Fairy Tales" is now available for purchase in Kindle format!

There are stories that are twists on classics such as The Frog Prince, the Princess and the Pea, Little Red Riding Hood, Hansel and Gretel, Snow White, Rumplestiltskin, Jack and the Giant, Puss in Boots and Rapunzel. And then there are some completely new fairy tales too. There's a fairy tale about a girl who must gather a tear from the dark fairy queen in order to save her mother, a story about the Morrigan, a story about abusive men who's hearts turn to stone, a story about a tree's love for a girl, a story about a singing bird who annoys an old tortoise and many more stories.
The book was created and edited by Rebecca Fyfe. The beautiful cover is created by Kelly McDonald. And there are line drawings in the interior of the book, illustrated by Cecilia Clark, Robert Fyfe and Brenda A. Harris. 

The list of contributing authors is a long one:

Ashely Howland
C.S. Frye

Rebecca Fyfe
Melissa Gijsbers
Jackie Castle
Theresa Nielsen
Yvonne Mes
Brenda A. Harris
Cecilia Clark
Linda Schueler
Julia Lela Stilchen
Robert Fyfe
Melinda E. Lancaster
Nicole Zoltack
Kelly McDonald
Bron Rauk-Mitchell
David Jamieson
Angelica Fyfe
Satori Cmaylo
Elizabeth Gallagher
Tia Mushka.

This anthology is a work created by members of the Chapter Book Challenge.

The Chapter Book Challenge, otherwise known as ChaBooCha, was created by Rebecca Fyfe and first ran in 2012. It runs every year in the month of March. The challenge is to write one completed first draft of an early reader, chapter book, middle grade book or YA novel in the month of March, starting on the 1st of March and finishing on the 31st of March.

During the month of March, there are helpful blog posts from published authors, agents and publishers to help members hone their craft, and there are prizes available throughout the challenge.

ChaBooCha has a very relaxed atmosphere where members help each other to achieve writing goals. You can sign up on the website, and you can also join the Facebook page for updates and information. There is a Twitter page and members interact with one another throughout the year in the Facebook group.
It is completely free to join the Chapter Book Challenge.

Proceeds from the sale of this anthology go towards the costs of running ChaBooCha.

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Buy your Kindle copy now!

Tea Pot Tales - US

Tea Pot Tales - UK