The Ruins of Noe

About the Book:

A child born with no destiny: one of many signs that the White Forest faeries had lost touch with the Ethereals, the Ancient Ones. High Priestess Ondelle is convinced by an old proverb that one faerie is fated to travel to the former home of the Ancients, the Ruins of Noe, to find the answer. That faerie, she believes, is Brigitta. Ondelle and Brigitta set off to save their forest once again, but when they arrive in Noe they discover something they never learned from any faerie tale. Why had this dark secret been kept from them? Why in the name of Faweh had the Ancients left some faeries behind?

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The Accidental Novelist

The White Forest

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About the Author:

seasoned spokenword artist, Danika Dinsmore has performed at hundreds of events from Seattle’s Bumbershoot Arts Festival to the Labyrinth Poetry Series in Vienna, Austria. In addition to her performance work, Danika writes and teaches for the page and screen. The first book in her children’s fantasy adventure series, Brigitta of the White Forest, was adapted from one of her original feature film scripts. She uses the experience of creating the White Forest to teach world-building techniques in her Imaginary Worlds workshops. Book Two in the series, The Ruins of Noe, is scheduled for release in early 2012. Danika lives and plays in Vancouver, British Columbia and teaches writing courses for Capilano University and the Creative Writing for Children Society.

Tour Schedule:

       24th Jade @ Ink Scratchers
       25th Phaedra @ Identity Discovery
       26th Nikki McCarver @ Close encounters of the Night Kind
       27th Elemillia @ Personal Literary Book Frenzy
       28th Vidya @ Books Are Magic
       29th Nikki @ Pretty Opinionated
       30th Anya @ House Millar
May  1st C. Lee McKenzie @ The Write Game (interview only)
        2nd Paula @ Book Stop Lover
        3rd Crystal @ Inspire
        4th Sheila @ Sheila Deeth
        5th Ana @ Book Spark

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