This week I want to share with you the announcement that the new BookElves Anthology Volume 2 will be out in time for Christmas.
In 2013, twelve authors of books for young readers got together for a Christmas promotion. That promotion evolved into the first Anthology in 2014, to entertain readers, young and old, during the winter holiday season.
Now, in 2015, we are pleased to be publishing our second BookElves Anthology. Not all authors—now numbering thirteen—contribute a story each year depending on their writing schedules. Still we hope you will pick up a copy as we are sure you will enjoy the variety of stories in each Anthology.
The BookElves are Cheryl Carpinello, Rebecca Douglass, Julie Grasso, Fiona Ingram, M. G. King, Wendy Leighton-Porter, S. W. Lothian, Annaliese Matheron, Christine Maziarz, Jemima Pett, S. Smith, L. Snodgrass, and Ben Zackheim.
Here is the cover of my short story Guardian of a Princess:
The BookElves Anthology Volume 1 is available as an eBook and a paperback. You can find it at Amazon, Smashwords, and other online stores. EBook copies of Volume 1 are free.
Welcome to the 67th Kid Lit Blog Hop where we continue to develop a dynamic and engaged community of children's books bloggers, authors, publishers, and publicists.
On this Hop, Carpinello's Writing Pages interviews
YA Fantasy author Eric Price
YA author Annie Douglass Lima
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