AHH!! Isn't it gorgeous?? ;D I'm blown away by the work of my talented artist sister and an author friend...they've made my story a cover that I just adore! :)
A MAID, a PRINCE, and a DUKE. A GARDENER, a STEPMOTHER, and a secret...
Ellie Abbington, a beautiful yet unassuming young woman, quietly longs for her life to change. Too privileged to associate with the servants—too underprivileged to associate with her own family; she dreams a dream of a prince and a happily ever after.
But it could be that her own stepsisters, conniving Dezmarie and easily-influenced Adelaide, are dreaming the same dream...of the same prince.
In the end, are dreams even all they're made out to be? Especially with deep and long-hidden secrets about to be unearthed?
A Dream Not Imagined is a non-magical fairytale novella based loosely on the classic tale of Cinderella.
Tentative Release Date: June 2015
About the Author:
Well, that would be me, =) The very excited, about-to-be-published writer! I would love to connect with you here on my blog, or through other social media places:
Facebook: Shantelle Mary Hannu, Author
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About the Illustrator:
Natasha H. is an aspiring photographer and also loves drawing and painting. A Dream Not Imagined is the first book she has drawn the cover picture for.
Learn more about her work at her blog: Through My Lens.
Pinterest Pics for A Dream Not Imagined:
Here's some fun pictures from my pinterest storyboard for this novella. Give you a taste of what's in this tale... :)
~ Ellie Abbington, our sunny-blonde haired, blue eyed "Cinderella" ~
~ Fine carriage. Wouldn't it be fun to ride in one? :D ~
~ A glass slipper! :0 :D ~
~ Royal ball ~
~ And, of course, a sweet scene... ;) ~
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