Monday 10 November 2014

Blog Tour: The Star Catcher by Stephanie Keyes

Title: The Star Catcher
Author: Stephanie Keyes
Published: 8th November 2013
Publisher: Inskpell Publishing

Today I am part of the blog tour for The Star Catcher by Stephanie Keyes with a Guest Post.

Guest Post

Star Catcher Wedding

In The Star Catcher, Calienta and Kellen finally tie the not. Though we couldn’t all be in attendance, the image above gives us a glimpse of the St. James style...
Top left: Lugh conjures a castle for everyone to stay in. A very appropriate setting for “I Do’s.”
Top Right: Calienta walks down the aisle in style in a simple white sheath. It’s roses for Cali. Rose petals cover the floor.
Right: A simple silver comb for the bride. Kellen St. James looks spiffing in a classic tux.
Bottom Right: Calienta and Kellen exchange classic rings.
Bottom Left: Candles adorn every inch of the cathedral as Calienta walks across the stone floor to meet her groom.

About the Author

Stephanie Keyes grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and spent years traveling and working as a Corporate Trainer before she made the decision to pen her first novel. As a teen, her family always accused her of having an “overactive imagination.” Now, she’s encouraged to keep her head in the clouds and share her world with readers.

Still a resident of the ‘Burgh, Steph is now Mom to two little boys who constantly keep her on her toes. In addition, she’s best friend to her incredible rockstar of a husband. She is an active member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), a speaker and teacher, as well as a featured author for Love a Happy Ending Lifestyle e-magazine.

Keyes is the author of the YA Fantasy series, The Star Child, which currently includes The Star Child, After Faerie, The Fallen Stars, and The Star Catcher, all from by Inkspell Publishing. The Fallen Stars was a 2013 semi-finalist in the Kindle Book Awards. The Star Child has topped the Amazon best-seller list several times since its 2012 release. Steph writes YA novels because she’s a hopeless romantic who lives to believe that Magick truly does exist. She is hard at work on a new YA novel.