Friday, 11 December 2015

Book Promo, Review & Giveaway: Snow White & the Seven Angels by Rhys Evans (LGBT Short)

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Snow White CoverSnow White & the Seven Angels
Queerky Tales
Rhys Ethan
Fantasy, Fairy Tale, LGBT, Retelling, Kids’ Books

The classic tales you know, the characters with secrets you don’t 

White has a secret. One he has shared with his family to no avail. When he meets the Prince of his dreams, he decides he can no longer live a lie, but in order to do so, he will have to face his worst nightmares.
Queerky Tales is a series of classic fairy tales retold with LGBT characters. Snow White & the Seven Angels is about fighting for your happy-ever-after, whatever shape it comes in.

For children and adults alike.

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I agonised a little over this review, trying to decide how many stars to award and what to write. In the end, I have settled on three stars , mainly because I enjoyed the idea behind the story and thought the changes were interesting and worked well. However, I couldn't go higher since I also felt there were problems with the prose. My editor's eye was zeroing in on things all the time, and that was distracting me from the story. Another round of solid edits, and this book might stretch to a four star. But, given my line of work, I have a over-critical eye, and I'm sure others will enjoy this book without noticing the things I picked up on. Recommended for fans of alternate story-telling looking for a short read.

Prize: $5 Amazon Gift Card

About the Author

Rhys Christopher Ethan is by no means a scientist, but he is an architect of his own fantasy worlds; an illustrator of emotional and multi-dimensional characters; a doctor of creativity and inspiration and a chemist of genres; mixing two or more, to find the perfect fit for his creations. He lives in a small, dusty lab he calls Home in London and works hard to bring his experiments out into the world. His companions (for now) are his pet-Laptop and his coffee-Booster and a bunch of notes, digitized and paper-wise. He voices his obsessions on his website, rants on Twitter, shares messages on Facebook and pins his muses on Pinterest. You can contact him at, or if you’re telepathic, he will probably meet you in your dreams.

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