The author of A Thousand Nights is back with a new YA fairy tale retelling that is sure to enthrall young readers. Thanks to Disney-Hyperion, who provided us with Spindle and this prize pack, we are excited to giveaway a copy of Spindle and other themed prizes. Enter for a chance to win and learn more about the new book below.
One (1) winner receives:
How do you enter to win? For a chance to win the Spindle prize pack, follow @TYFofficial on Twitter and retweet the tweet below. This contest is open to U.S. residents only. Prizing courtesy of Disney-Hyperion. Contest ends 11:00pm EST on December 11, 2016. One winner will be contacted via Direct Message on Twitter.
— The Young Folks (@TYFofficial) December 5, 2016
Spindle by E.K. Johnston is available in stores on December 6, 2016.
ABOUT THE BOOK
The world is made safe by a woman…but it is a very big world.
It has been generations since the Storyteller Queen drove the demon out of her husband and saved her country from fire and blood. Her family has prospered beyond the borders of their village, and two new kingdoms have sprouted on either side of the mountains where the demons are kept prisoner by bright iron, and by the creatures the Storyteller Queen made to keep them contained.
But the prison is crumbling. Through years of careful manipulation, a demon has regained her power. She has made one kingdom strong and brought the other to its knees, waiting for the perfect moment to strike. When a princess is born, the demon is ready with the final blow: a curse that will cost the princess her very soul, or force her to destroy her own people to save her life.
The threads of magic are tightly spun, binding princess and exiled spinners into a desperate plot to break the curse before the demon can become a queen of men. But the web of power is dangerously tangled–and they may not see the true pattern until it is unspooled.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
E.K. Johnston had several jobs and one vocation before she became a published writer. If she’s learned anything, it’s that things turn out weird sometimes, and there’s not a lot you can do about it. Well, that and how to muscle through awkward fanfic because it’s about a pairing she likes.
You can follow Kate on Twitter (@ek_johnston) to learn more about Alderaanian political theory than you really need to know, on Tumblr (ekjohnston) if you’re just here for the pretty pictures, or online at ekjohnston.ca.
The Garden of Three Hundred Flowers is an interstitial short story by E.K. Johnston set between her novels A THOUSAND NIGHTS and SPINDLE. For readers excited to learn more, this story also includes excerpts from A THOUSAND NIGHTS, SPINDLE, and Johnston’s Star Wars novel, AHSOKA.