Blog Tour – Snow White & the Seven Angels by Rhys Ethan

 

Title: Snow White & the Seven Angels
Series: Queerky Tales
Author: Rhys Ethan
Genre: Fantasy, Fairy Tale, LGBT, Retelling, Kids’ Books
Length: Novella

The classic tales you know, the characters with secrets you don’t 

Synopsis

White has a secret. One he has shared with his family to no avail. When he meets the Prince of his dreams, he decides he can no longer live a lie, but in order to do so, he will have to face his worst nightmares.

Queerky Tales is a series of classic fairy tales retold with LGBT characters. Snow White & the Seven Angels is about fighting for your happy-ever-after, whatever shape it comes in.

For children and adults alike.

Snow White Cover

Buy Links

Amazon US: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00VO8YBA2
Amazon UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00VO8YBA2
Amazon AU: http://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B00VO8YBA2
Amazon DE: http://www.amazon.de/dp/B00VO8YBA2

Paperback

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/White-Seven-Angels-Queerky-Tales/dp/1511480602/
CreateSpace: https://www.createspace.com/5400782

‘Quite an awesome buffet for such a dreadful wedding, right?’
White nodded while turning around to face the stranger. She licked her fingers clean as if to demonstrate how accurate his comment was. The man behind her was around her age with shiny, black eyes and skin the exact opposite of hers. White’s skin was paler than snowflakes and the young man’s skin darker than ebony.
‘I know,’ White spoke, taken by the beauty of the man staring at her.
He smiled. ‘I don’t think I’ve seen you around before,’ he said.
‘You haven’t,’ White rushed to reply. ‘I come from the West.’
‘What is your name?’ the man asked.
‘I am…Prince White of the Western Lands,’ she replied, her heart sinking for not being able to introduce herself as who she really was.
‘I have heard of you,’ the man said.
‘All good, I hope,’ White said and the man nodded. ‘And what would your name be?’
The man’s eyes lit up and he extended his arm towards White, ‘Prince Oliver of the Southern Territories. Pleasure to meet you,’ he announced.
White shook it. ‘And I just called your brother’s wedding dreadful.’
‘Technically, I did first, so it doesn’t count,’ Oliver smiled, and White couldn’t help herself, smiling back. ‘Wonderful,’ he added, bringing Snow back to reality.
‘I’ve got to go now, Prince Oliver. It was great to meet you,’ White stuttered and curtsied hurriedly to Oliver.
She’d made so many mistakes. Talking to a boy, smiling, curtsying. Princes don’t do those things. She ran out to recompose herself. She managed to calm down, but all she could think about from that point onwards was Oliver. He had made such an impression on her.

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About the Author

Rhys Christopher Ethan is by no means a scientist, but he is an architect of his own fantasy worlds; an illustrator of emotional and multi-dimensional characters; a doctor of creativity and inspiration and a chemist of genres; mixing two or more, to find the perfect fit for his creations. He lives in a small, dusty lab he calls Home in London and works hard to bring his experiments out into the world. His companions (for now) are his pet-Laptop and his coffee-Booster and a bunch of notes, digitized and paper-wise. He voices his obsessions on his website http://www.rcethan.com, rants on twitter @Rhys_Ethan, shares messages on facebook.com/rcethan1 and pins his muses on pinterest.com/rcethan. You can contact him at rhysethan@hotmail.co.uk, or if you’re telepathic, he will probably meet you in your dreams.

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