Tuesday, March 1, 2016

BLOG TOUR: Twisted by Elizabeth Montgomery

We are so excited to share with you this exciting Blog Tour for Elizabeth Montgomery's Twisted, a Young Adult twist of two classic fairytales! Keep going to the end of the post for an awesome tour-wide giveaway!

Young Adult
Fairytale retellings
Publish Date:
February 29, 2016
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Who could've known one pair of shoes could cause so much trouble.

Dee's lost the sparkly red heels, and when she befriends a witch to help her find a way home, she finds herself down the rabbit hole. With the veil between Wonderland Oz torn wide open, things go awry.

The flying monkeys are loose in the Kingdom, Hatter is lost on the sun-colored brick road, and betwixt a battle of the worlds, the Red Queen seeks power, but all Dee wants is to go home.




What Others are Saying about Twisted!

"Elizabeth Montgomery takes two favorite tales and puts a new spin on the them, creating new worlds and characters and leaves you wondering what is next?" ~ United Indie Book Blog

"With a unique plot and interesting characters, readers of all ages will enjoy it." ~ Author L.L. Hunter


**About the Author**
Elizabeth Montgomery was born in Williamsburg, Virginia and raised a hop, skip, and a jump away in Yorktown, Virginia. Paranormal inspiration was easily obtained during her childhood in these colorful towns. This helped to spur her love of Paranormal Romance stories, but she also enjoys reading YA and NA.

She is raising four children and a husband. She is currently working on three books, all Paranormal Romance...one is the second book of her Dyphillum series, Damnation. She is a Google junkie and can find a pic on Google to fit any conversation and will cyber stalk a topic till her eyes hurt if she is interested in it enough. Coffee and gummy gears are an hourly habit of hers. Some of her favorites include: reading (of course), writing (well duh), baking fanciful cakes, painting and last but not least hanging out with the family.

"I always wondered what authors meant when they said that their characters tell them what to write - I get it now!"
Elizabeth Montgomery, author

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***The Giveaway***

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