Hi, lovelies! I was going to post a chapter of Paper Wings today, but then there was a slight change in plans. Something awesome happened that made me decide to do something a little different - the cover for Fearless arrived! :D If you guys recall, Fearless was the short(-ish?) historical fiction story I wrote a few weeks ago, set during the French Revolution. I've been waiting with bated breath for my incredibly talented friend Tali to create the cover so that I could begin posting the story, and I must say she has not disappointed! :D (Seriously, I think she can read my mind. That cover was exactly what I had imagined it would be.) So of course I had to go back and do a major edit of Fearless in the face of such amazingness, and I do believe that the story now ready for public consumption! ;)
Fearless is written in three parts, titled very simply: "Dawn", "Terror", and "Fearless". The blurb is as follows:
It is 1792. The French Revolution has dominated for the past three years, and fear rules over all. The only laws: trust no one, and stay alive. From within the turmoil emerge two children. Simone Morency and Henri Toussaint - one a French thief, one an English imposter - at first do not know what to make of the situation that has thrust them together. But during a time when comfort, hope, friendship, and courage are few and far between, they discover it in the most unlikely of sources: each other.
Don't forget to take a look at part 1 right here - parts 2 and 3 will be posted over the coming weeks. ;) Hope you guys enjoy! xx