Author, Kate Wrath released the first book in her new contemporary fantasy series at the beginning of November. To celebrate the release, she's giving away a hand-made edition of Fairytale Evolution: Flipped. The hand-made edition will feature acid-free, archival quality paper, a hand-sewn waxed linen coptic binding, and, if that's not enough, a sculptural cover. The special edition is being made by the author herself, and she has released two videos detailing the process. The following picture shows the cover in progress.
This is not the first time that Kate Wrath has given away a hand bound edition of one of her books. In 2015, Wrath created a hand bound edition of Jason and Lily, the prequel to her dystopian series (shown below). "I wanted to give away something special that readers couldn't get anywhere else," Wrath says, regarding the art book giveaway. "I put a lot of time and love into doing something like this, and I think that readers connect with that on a deep level."
Flipped is a whimsical contemporary fantasy with a dark side.
The big city is no match for a blue-eyed farm girl with impressive Zung Pow skills and a flair for unconventional magic. At least, that's what Honaia tells herself when she's unexpectedly assigned to a handsome city mage for apprenticeship. The problem is, she never really expected double agents to be involved. Or dragons. Or crazy rips in the Space-Time continuum, for that matter. But when it comes down to it, none of those things expected her either. Flipped is the first book in the Fairytale Evolution series. Contains: Language, violence, faeries. Purchase on Amazon
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