I don’t know about you, but today’s cover reveal gives me a little bit of the chill.
Usually I’m not one to breakdown a cover, but this one had me looking at all the details. From the fairies to the woman’s expression to the yellow light/glow.
If you’re wondering what exactly I’m talking about, check out this latest title coming soon from L2L2 Publishing!
All fifteen-year-old Akeela has ever wanted is an ordinary family who will love her. But the only mother she has ever known is the old hag, Krezma, who berates her night and day. Why did the old woman even take her in?
But Krezma knows her charge is no ordinary child. She can see the auras surrounding living things and communicates with fairies. And the birthmark on her palm reveals a secret Krezma must hold close for the child’s safety.
A secret that the witch, Tzmet, hunts for night and day, drying and eating fairies for the power they contain. When Akeela discovers her fate lies in being the next Fairy Guardian, all hope for an ordinary life dissipates like the dreams they were. She must protect the fairies from the witch and an even darker power that threatens them all.
Akeela is unwillingly thrust into an adventure that throws her into the hands of friends, strangers, and enemies masquerading as allies, and it will not end until she decides to accept her fate and give up her dream.
Maybe even her life.
Release Date: October 25, 2018
About the Author
Pam Halter is a fantasy and children’s book author. The first book in her Willoughby and Friends series, Willoughby and the Terribly Itchy Itch, won the 2018 Realm Award in the children’s category. She also received a Reader’s Choice Award in 2015 for her short story, “Tick Tock,” in Realmscapes. Pam lives in South Jersey, deep in farmland, where she enjoys gardening, cooking, canning, quilting, playing the piano for church, and walking on long country roads where she finds fairy homes, emerging dragons, and trees eating wood gnomes. Learn more about her at www.PamHalter.com.