Free Ebook Through 3/28! THE REAL FOLKTALE BLUES by Random Jordan

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I was just informed that author Random Jordan has made 
the first book in her Beyond Ever After series, 
available for FREE 
through the end of March 28th 
in celebration of Fairy Tale Fortnight.  
How cool is that?

ATM, the book is only available on Kindle (;_;), but a deal's a deal!
O F F I C I A L   I N F O:

Author: Random Jordan
Release Date: Out Oct. 18, 2012
Publisher: Random Jordan

Gnidori has not always been a bounty hunter; in fact her first job was as a simple delivery girl wearing her trademark hooded red cloak. However, after her choice surrender of her former position as a Faerie Godmother, she was left with a young girl she had very nearly married to Prince Charming, and an entirely new life filled with simple quietness. That is, after she sealed away her magical talents. Why was her magic sealed away? Well, as she would put it: nothing is ever simple when magic is involved. 

Years with her magic stripped from her, and Gnidori is drawn into a plot spurred on by Prince Charming once more. She finds herself seeking the Big Bad Wolf, who has returned from death and comes to realize there is more to what is going on than she was told. Before long she encounters a tower fuming yellow smoke and a baby fox born from a human heart. 

But that's only the beginning. Can Gnidori survive pirates, faeries, dragons, mirror spirits, time spells, gnomes; and even the most sinister of all: Bluebeard's Tower? And all without access to her magic?... or maybe she does have it? 

Beyond Ever After is a series following the chronicles of Red Riding Hood with countless other Faerie and Folktale characters long after or even before their happily ever after. This is not a faerie tale retelling; it asks the great question: What happens beyond the happily ever after?


  1. *snags a copy from Amazon*

    Thanks for sharing! The more fairytales I can get and read, the better :D


  2. Shoot I've been at work I guess I missed the deal. Bummer, it was cool the author did offer it for free.


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