The wait is over, Swan Lake has arrived!
I can’t wait to hear your reactions! The book is a little shorter compared to the likes of the Snow Queen series, but so much happens in it so it feels a more intense/adventuresome than some of my other fairy tales. (Yes, I’m looking at you, Beauty and the Beast.) I’m not going to talk about it much because I know only a few of you have had a chance to read it, but I still have a few things I wanted to cover.
I’m holding my usual review challenge for Swan Lake’s launch! For every twenty-five reviews posted on Amazon and Goodreads, I’ll release a new Swan Lake short story/extra until it hits 125 reviews. You can see the top post of my blog for a few of the freebies’ titles. I’m pretty excited about these extras, because I used a lot of the feedback on what you really liked reading about in the Snow Queen extras when I was deciding what books to write.
Tacked on to that, this is just a reminder that I do keep an eye on the reviews for feedback. I have particular stories I want to write, but you guys do influence the way I tell them, so thanks in advance to everyone who reviews!
Also, I’ve updated the Timeless Fairy Tales Timeline, adding in events from Swan Lake. Caution: The timeline contains spoilers for several fairy tales! If you haven’t read all the fairy tales you might not wish to view the timeline.
Remember to mark your calendars for June 19 and 20, when Wild Swans will be free to celebrate Father’s Day and the first day of summer.
Okay, that’s everything. Have a fabulous day, Champions. I hope you enjoy Swan Lake!