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#GenreMashup Week #BookReview 4: Oath Breaker by @ShelleyWilson72 #YAFantasy #humor

Amazing first review for OATH KEEPER due out on 27th November! It’s made my week.

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As promised in my genre mashup post here, my next review is by Shelley Wilson, who rewards readers who’ve been waiting (impatiently, in my case at least!) for the sequel to her YA paranormal superhero coming of age romance Oath series with her new release, Oath Keeper. Worth the wait!

This genre mashup is a wonderful example of the trope definer: the fairy tale. As a lead to my review of Oath Breaker, the first book in this little series, I compared it to Little Red Riding Hood, and I hope you won’t mind a repeat of that intro.


New superhero? Little Red Riding Hood already has the cape…

WOW! Little Red Riding Hood nails every genre, and then goes on to own YA Fantasy.

[image credit: tomremington.com]

In the early seventies, writer and journalist Christopher Booker started working on a book. Thirty years later, The…

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Motivation, Inspiration, and Support Await in HOW I CHANGED MY LIFE IN A YEAR! by Shelley Wilson

So excited to share this fabulous post from my publisher to celebrate release day!

Changed_Life_S_WilsonFinding the courage to change can be daunting. But when broken down into bite-size chunks, life can suddenly become joyous and meaningful again. Determined to show her three teenagers and clients it’s possible to achieve anything, Shelley Wilson set out to do just that. How I Changed My Life in a Year!details a year of twelve resolutions and how to set attainable goals. From writing a 50K novel in one month to finding time to make homemade gifts, Shelley’s warmth and humor will resonate with readers as she shares how to conquer fear and create a lifetime of dreams.

“I challenged myself to stick fastidiously to completing twelve resolutions, one a month, over the next year. To add to the pressure I also decided to blog the results for the world to see at my motivational blog,” stated Shelley Wilson.

“When I began I had clear objectives: to teach…

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