Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Book Tour and Giveaway: Princess of Beasts (A Children of Chaos Novel) by Joanna White

Title: Princess of Beasts
Series: Children of Chaos
Author: Joanna White
Publication Date: January 1st 2021
Print Length: 122 pages
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy 
In the entire kingdom of Ahri, Princess Sahri is the only person who can talk to animals and heal them. She’s beloved by the people, but she’s living a lie. Deep inside, she wants a man who she’s not just forbidden to be with, but he’s also a criminal, part of the Ahri Reformation—using the Rune of Obedience to force criminals who fight well to put their talents to better use. What’s worse, is the man—her bodyguard, Jekre—hates her and the entire royal family for what they’ve done.

But those are the least of Sahri’s worries.

The Anati are creatures who bring life and springtime to Ahri every time they return from their long migration across the Sea. But when someone murders them, the kingdom faces a famine that will destroy them all.

Not all hope is lost—yet.

Two of the Anati had eggs. If Sahri can use her powers to keep the eggs long enough to help them get to the nesting grounds, the Anati will live. As the young ones grow, they can heal the land and save the kingdom and Sahri’s people.

The only problem is that her parents ordered her bodyguard to keep her inside the palace. The Rune of Obedience forces Jekre to comply—which means he’ll do whatever it takes to keep Sahri inside.

Who killed the Anati? The threat to the kingdom is a mystery, unknown by everyone except Jekre. And he’s been sworn to silence.

Can Sahri escape, and if she does, will she be able to get the eggs to the nesting ground in time?

Or will a famine bring Ahri to its knees?

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Joanna White is a Christian Author and fangirl. Hunter and Shifter are the first two books in her debut series, called the Valiant Series, published by Christian publisher Ambassador International and there are more to come. In December 2019, one of her short stories was featured in Once Upon A Yuletide, a Christmas fairy tale anthology by Divination Publishing. Dark Magi, Book One of the Republic Chronicles came out in November 2019. Glimpses of Time and Magic, a historical fantasy anthology, also featured one of her stories. The Crystal Heist was her most recent release, in August 2020.

She graduated from Full Sail University with a BFA in Creative Writing For Entertainment. Ever since she was ten years old, she's been writing stories and has a deep passion for writing and creating stories, worlds, characters, and plots that readers can immerse themselves in. In 2020, she reached her personal goal of writing a million words in a year. Most of all, Joanna loves God, her family, staying at home, and being a total nerd.

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    1. I wrote this book from Sep 7th, 2020 to September 19th, 2020. :)

  2. I love fantasies inspired by fairytales

  3. I love the cover. The book sounds great.

  4. The book cover is beautiful. I Love the colors.

  5. Interesting summary. Looks like a good read.

  6. Like the cover. Good luck with the book.

  7. The book cover is really beautiful!

  8. I like the cover. It really catches the eye.

  9. Nice cover, I enjoy this genre!

  10. The cover is beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

  11. I think the cover is beautiful.

  12. What are your tips for writer's block?

    1. For me, it usually helps to sit down and write anyway. Or get on Pinterest to look at artwork for scene ideas. Sometimes, I look at landscapes on Calendars, or go speak to my family members for ideas when I'm stuck. I also pray.

  13. Nice cover. It sounds like a really interesting book. Thank you for sharing.

  14. LOVE this cover. It stands apart from others you see. Beautiful!

  15. I think that the cover of your book is interesting and colorful.

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  16. I love the cover and about strong female characters as well sounds like a really nice read. I appreciate that. Overcoming struggle.

  17. sounds amazing!


  18. I love the front cover art. The colors you chose really make it pop.

  19. It seems like an interesting story line. THank you

  20. I can't wait to check out this book!

  21. I love the cover it's got a dreamy look to it.