Celeste Baxendell writes complicated plots with real characters that draw you in and hold you captive till the very last page.
Camille Peters led the multi-author collaboration, A Villain’s Ever After, and is the author of the long-running Kingdom Chronicles, and other fantasy novels. Tell us about your fairytale retellings and what inspired you to write in this genre. I’m a romantic at heart and have always adored fairytales, so it felt natural to begin my
J. M. Stengl writes stories full of hope and light. When she’s not writing, she’s wrangling cats and grandchildren, perfecting pastry, and working with model horses. Tell us about your fairytale retellings and what inspired you to write in this genre: I have always loved fairy tales. I grew up reading them in various collections,
Emily Deady is the author of a fabulous series of fairy tale retellings with characters with heart and depth. She’s a tea aficionado, and loves rock climbing. Tell us about your fairytale retellings and what inspired you to write in this genre. My fairy tale series is called the Fairy Tale Royals. It’s an interconnected
Annette K. Larson writes clean romances with plenty of swoon-worthy kisses. From contemporary to fairytales, these are stories with heart. She has a fantastic Instagram feed and exceptional taste in chocolate. Tell us about your fairytale retellings and what inspired you to write in this genre. I I started out writing books about princesses. After venturing
Today, the lovely Brittany Fichter has joined us for a delightful Q&A about her books, Cinderella, and Kindness. Brittany is an absolute delight, and her email sign off is one of my favorite bookish quotes: “But some day you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again.” – C.S. Lewis (And if you’re