Keep the Magic Alive YA Blog Hop March 21 – April 4

Featured Book


Sarah Bean lives a quiet life in Okeechobee, Florida until the day when she is transported from our world to the fantastic realm of Seythe. She meets a wayfaring wizard called Ossen who saves her from the dreaded black riders, servants of a being known only as the Fallen One. Together, they will have to undertake a treacherous journey to the far-away Fellhorn mountain where Sarah must find the one weapon that can save them from the black riders pursuing them – The Sword of Sighs.

NB: This novel is recommended for mature young adults as it contains occasional bad language and occasional scenes of a graphic nature

Rules of the Blog Hop

There will be no rafflecopter, this Event is about people meeting people. So everyone will leave a comment on this site (don’t forget to leave your email to be contacted with your win)
this will gain you an entry to win a YA Fantasy Book.
Random selection will be made on the comments. The winner will receive a print copy of the featured book.
Keep the Magic Alive!

I’d like to add a special thx to Liz McKeown at The Creative Writers Boost and Blogs About Writing for all her tremendous efforts to help promote, not only this event, but all the authors she gives attention to through her kind promotions and social media, as well as Stephanie Greenhalgh of A Writers Perspective, who jumped right on board, make sure you visit their blogs during the tour!


If you have any concerns or questions please get in touch with June at

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7 thoughts on “Keep the Magic Alive YA Blog Hop March 21 – April 4

  1. Hey, thx so much for participating in our event…small as it is, we have quality people involved. Good luck making some new fans, the event is open for listing a few more days…so hopefully you’ll have more action..thx again, june

  2. Hi! Nice to meet you and read about your fantasy book. I have meet some amazing authors and bloggers on this tour that I hope to keep up with. Your book sounds fantastic, not only do I love the YA Fantasy geared to the younger readers but I also love reading stories for the older teen readers. Fantasy stories are such fun reads, you can get lost in a world of make believe and block out reality for a while. Thank you for sharing your story, I look forward to reading it!

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