Of Stardust — February Grace
When quiet, book wormy Till Nesbitt is asked to help her namesake great aunt catalog her personal library, she doesn’t realize her life is about to take a turn for the fairy dust. But soon she finds out, much to her disbelief, that she is destined to follow in the shoes of her aunt and become the family’s next fairy godmother. The book follows Till as she struggles to adapt to this new life while also trying to keep to fairy godmother guidelines. Star-crossed love is a heavy theme in this book, but I don’t want to give too much away except to say it was a lovely, achy-heart tale.
Grace has created a story that is unique, while also taking old fairy tale themes like fairy godmothers and putting a new spin on it. The book was written eloquently and the characters were wholly alive within the pages. The end makes the reader want to follow the tale to find out what happens to Till and her next endeavors as a fully realized godmother. Fortunately, the sequel, In Starlight, is available. I’m looking forward to find out what happens to Till and her forbidden love.
She sings on key, plays by ear, and is more than mildly obsessed with music, clocks, colors, and meteor showers.
Her poetry, prose, and/or flash fiction have appeared in The Rusty Nail Literary Magazine, Vine Leaves Literary Journal, and Rose and Thorn Journal. Her work can also be found in the following anthologies: Poetry Pact Volume One, Anything Prose…And Poetry, Too! and Orange Karen, Tribute To A Warrior.
GODSPEED, her debut novel, is a labor of love she refers to as “Literary romance with steampunk embellishments.”
Her second novel, OF STARDUST, is a modern, romantic fantasy tale. IN STARLIGHT is its sequel.
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