Monday, July 17, 2017

Mommy Monday: Deathbringer by Tamara Grantham with Giveaway

This is a series I've devoured over the last year and wanted to share with all parents out there (because they need to read too!).
The Olive Kennedy, Fairy World MD series is packed with magic, faeries, trolls, other worlds, dragons. . .and all with non-stop action. There is a romance, but it runs along as a side-story and never over powers the main plot. Although this is written for adults, I believe older YAers would love it too. There's a bit of violence/sex but nothing extreme. Definitely not more than is to be found in many YA reads.


Seeing is believing! Not only is this an amazing read, but this gorgeous cover will look amazing on your shelf. Today is the official print release day of DEATHBRINGER by Tamara Grantham. Grab your copy and then tag us on Instagram (@CrimsonTreePub), Twitter (@CrimsonTreePub), or Facebook (@CrimsonTreePublishing) with your Shelfie featuring one of Tamara's books and you might just be chosen as a random winner for a secret prize.


Read more about DEATHBRINGER here. (Fantasy Romance)

Don't miss out on this series!

Therapist Olive treats patients who've returned from Faythander with strange side effects. But when her worlds are threatened by the monstrous Dreamthief, she's forced to embark on a dazzling adventure…

Find out more about Tamara Grantham here.

Tamara Grantham, Author of DREAMTHIEF: I read about 40 books this year, which was actually a good number for me. In 2015, with a newborn in tow, the number was about five. What reading means to me... I'll give my answer in story format, because, you know, I like to tell stories. I was ten when my mom started reading THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE to my siblings and me. At first, I resisted the idea of an imaginary world, somehow thinking it wasn't cool. But then I started getting into the book, and then I couldn't stop thinking about it. I had to know more. After she finished, I read the rest of the series on my own. Since then, I've treasured books, especially those that transport me to another world. There is no other form of storytelling that has the ability to utilize your imagination the way reading does. Movies are visual and auditory, but they lack the ability to get inside a character's mind and show you how they feel, which is why books will always have the advantage.


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