Friday, December 13, 2013

Book Blitz: "The Krisalys Chronicles of Feyree" by Claudia Newcorn

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Award-Winning Fantasy Trilogy Krisálys Chronicles of Féyree By Clauda Newcorn

What choice will you make if saving your realm demands that you sacrifice yourself?
Discover the Magic of this Fairy Fantasy Adventure!
In the best traditions of epic fantasy and the immortal quest, the contemporary saga of the Krisálys Féyree Chronicles is a riveting tale of magic, danger, plots, dreams and ultimate betrayal that will engulf two realms, forcing féyree, dwarves and elves into a perilous struggle to discern truth from trouble as two ancient prophesies pit friends against each other in a battle of beliefs.
“I am anxiously awaiting the publication of Newcorn’s final book in this series… The Krisálys Chronicles of Féyree trilogy would make a great addition to anyone’s library… they belong there right next to other great series like Lord of The Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien or Inheritance by Christopher Paolini.” - Rebecca’s Reads
An epic fantasy series for Tweens, Teens and Adults!
 
 
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Crossover: Scroll 1 - Can you survive the danger-filled Rites to earn your wings when even your High Loremaster is set against you?
In the best traditions of high fantasy and the immortal quest, the contemporary saga of the Krisalys Feyree Chronicles is a riveting tale of magic, danger, plots, dreams and ultimate betrayal that will engulf two realms, forcing féyree, dwarves and elves into a perilous struggle to discern truth from trouble as two ancient prophecies pit friends against each other in a battle of beliefs. How do you convince an ice dragon to give you a tear when you're only three inches high? What do you do when you're dumped off at night in a bog filled with wraiths, and told "Hope to see you in the morning"? Crossover's gripping adventure weaves a fascinating saga in which féyree struggle through increasingly dangerous Rites in a quest to earn their wings, even as shadows of a forgotten prophecy gather to change their realm. “I give a resounding “Wow!” – ReaderViews.com “A fiercely entertaining journey of a book.” – Faerie Magazine
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                                                              Darkfire
Dark Fire: Scroll 2 - When the Firelord, Tvashtar Tizon, petitions the Fairy Council to form an alliance, many fairies insist he is presenting them with a rare opportunity. Yet while Tizon's motives seem sincere, Danai and Joson are increasingly suspicious of their former friend - and so is the Lady of the Lake. Few heed their warnings, and when the dragon attacks, even the elves dismiss the threat of Tizon's fire demons. But the Tvashtar's fiery realm of Nonetre is withering, and Eshel, his scheming high councilor, believes the prophecy foretells far more than just a simple alliance...
A riveting fantasy fiction adventure of magic, danger, plots, dreams, and ultimate betrayal that will engulf two realms, forcing fairies, dwarves, and elves into a perilous struggle to discern truth from trouble as two ancient prophecies pit friends against each other in a battle of beliefs.
"A fascinating journey" Faerie Magazine "A modern day masterpiece" Chart Publishing
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                                                         Firestar
Firestar: Scroll 3 - Goaded by his scheming high councilor Eshel, the Firelord Tvashtar Tizón breaks treaty to invade Lampion in winter's heart. But Warlord Toron and the Lady of Féyree refuse to concede defeat and desperately rally their folk to resist, even as devastating battles threaten to extinguish all hope. Danaí, Joson and Damon must choose between friendship, treachery and sacrifice, as they struggle to prevent their former friend and his warrior daemiani from conquering Féyree, choices that will shatter everything they believe in. And even the Lady of the Lake and the dragon's tears may not be enough to determine who at last will wear the Lord of Féyree's crown...
About the Author: By age 15, Claudia Newcorn had lived in six different countries, could babble in three languages, and had visited places that were ancient before America was discovered. Although born in the U.S., she grew up as a “transfer kid,” moving 36 different times according to her mother’s final count, as her family followed her father’s job. She spent her childhood exploring castles, Roman ruins, the Black Forest, and numerous other places of legend and history. With no TV available, she became a rabid reader, devouring books on any topic, in particular fairy tales. “A modern day masterpiece" Kim Cross, Faerie Magazine “Firestar is by far one of the best books of the year" Nick Pena, President, Transylvania Records GoodReadsad65b-kindle-icon d1d88-nook-icon
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                                                         Claudia Newcorn
Her passion for writing started early in life. In 5th grade she won a poetry competition, and continued to have stories and poems win school magazine contests. She became a reporter for Wellesley College’s newspaper, while earning her B.A. in English and Psychology. Claudia graduated with an MBA from Northeastern University, and in her corporate career was instrumental in numerous major product launches. She broadened her writing skills with packaging copy and marketing materials, and taught college-level marketing and advertising courses for several years. Feeling something “was missing in her life,” she launched her own marketing and communications firm, Acorn Enterprises, which enabled her to get back to the business of writing full time. She developed a penchant for writing travel articles, and enjoys bushwhacking for unusual personal angles on the places she visits, whether chasing after a grizzly in Alaska, wandering about a 5000-year old stone circle in Ireland in pouring rain, or donning a plastic garment bag to get up close and personal with Bridalveil Falls in Yosemite National Park. Her published short stories include “A Cat’s Gift of Faith,” in Chicken Soup for the Cat Lover’s Soul, and “The Christmas Tree Nobody Wanted” in Stanislaus Magazine. An experienced public speaker, Claudia writes regularly for a variety of publications, is a magazine editor for two regional magazines, and is a popular newspaper community columnist for The Modesto Bee newspaper. Claudia lives in California, and is now working on a new book. Asked during a recent interview what will happen to the féyree after the Chronicles are completed, Newcorn answered – “As with Anne McCaffrey’s remarkable Dragon Riders of Pern series, there may be more stories waiting in the wings. My féyree folk will have to let me know.” She collects antique fairy tale books, attempts to garden, is a certified holistic health care practitioner, and is passionate about hiking, animals, and the environment. Facebook | Amazon | Website | GoodReads