Book Blitz and GIVEAWAY: Just Off the Path by Weston Sullivan
Author: Weston Sullivan
Publisher: Fire Quill Publishing: Fire Light
Release Date: Sept 5 2017
Hansel never asked to be a hero. He never wanted to fall in love with Rapunzel, Queen of the East. He didn’t ask to be raised by Gothel the Wretch, and he certainly never wanted to be credited for her arrest. But more than any of that, Hansel never wanted to lie: but he did. He lied about everything. He thought that he was done with it all when he and his sister Gretel retreated into the woods to reclaim their land, but he should have known better.
Years later, Rapunzel’s guards knock at his door, and they say the words he hoped that he would never hear: Gothel has escaped. As he and Gretel take refuge inside Rapunzel’s castle in the eastern capitol of Hildebrand, Hansel is thrust back into everything he never wanted in the first place: his lies, his legend, and his lust. In the wake of it all, he knows that Gothel has escaped to finish what she started. She is out to make sure that the Sleeping Beauty never wakes, and that Grimm suffocates under her blanket of thorn and vine. In order to find Gothel and save the kingdom, Hansel and Gretel must look for fact in a land of fairy-tale by following a trail of grisly murders, a girl in a red cape, and a powerful little man who can’t stand the sound of his own name.
As they search for answers, Hansel finds that he isn’t the only liar in Grimm, and that there may be a traitor among them of royal proportion.
Pre-Order Price $2.99 Regular Price $4.99
For the month of August Fire Quill Publishing is launching their campaign for upcoming novel Just off the Path, written by Weston Sullivan. This fairy-tale retelling of the classic Grimm brother’s tale: Hansel and Gretel, will keep you on the edge of your seat. It’s dark, it’s twisted and it’s all the famous fairy characters sketched in a way that you wouldn’t see coming.
Fire Quill Publishing have taken this one a step further. It’s a deal of a lifetime and one that you surely shouldn’t miss.
They are running a giveaway for more shares.
So all these pictures you can share via your social media and you might stand a chance to win an iPad. It’s not the first time they are doing this. They have recently given an iPad away with one of their other facebook release day parties and is doing it with future facebook parties too. So, if you like to win something other than books or giveaway cards, go have a look what they are doing and become part of their campaigns.
JUST FOLLOW THE INSTUCTIONS BELOW
Share the top picture of winning a brand new iPad with your friends and family on all the social media outlets. Follow the instruction below in gaining your extra entry but you need to go and post the screenshot in the Authors street group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/1838574233124616/ to gain extra entries. There will be a post-up just for that. Post your screenshot of the social media share in the comments for extra entries.
Giveaway will be chosen in the event that will happen September 5th and 6th on facebook. So go and join in on all the fun.
HOW TO ENTER FOR THE IPAD GIVEAWAY
STEP 1: Like our Facebook page FIRE QUILL PUBLISHING https://www.facebook.com/Firequillpublishing/
STEP 2: Go to the pin post Just off the Path Pre Order special and share that picture. Then take a screenshot and post it in the comment section of the pin post.
STEP 3: Join the even that is taking place on the 5 of September for the release of JUST OFF THE PATH, where we will announce the winner of the iPad.
HOW TO GAIN MORE ENTRIES
STEP 1: Join the author’s group that is mentioned above. There will be a post you can add all your screenshots where you shared. The more you share it with family and friends on social media the more your name will go into the hat.
We will run this till the end of the release day party on facebook. We will draw the winner of the ipad on there. There are amazing prices up for grabs, including a gift card of 300 dollars to the person sharing the event the most. You do not want to miss this one.
If anything is unclear or you have questions please do not hesitate to contact firequill publishing via facebook or through their email at Carlylel@firequillpublishing.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Hansel could have thought about Rapunzel the rest of the way into the city, but his reverie was abruptly interrupted when Gretel recoiled and grabbed onto his arm in fright. Ahead were three horses, tied to a thick tree trunk, picking at what was left of the grass beneath them while their riders kneeled on the ground beside them, examining something? Bystanders from the village just outside Hildebrand crowded around the horsemen, who were dressed similarly to Klaus, horrified by the sight on the ground.
The horses were oblivious to their surroundings. All they knew was that there, the spot to which they were bound, lacked the hay they needed to survive. Hansel didn’t want to look down as they passed the scene. For the first few seconds, he looked at the horses, and then he looked at the people. People knew murder when they saw it, horses didn’t. He thought that must have been the reason why they all looked terrified, while the horses simply looked hungry. It wasn’t that the horses were stupid, but murder didn’t exist in the horse world. Horses knew what hay was and what wasn’t, who could get close to them and who couldn’t, and when they were or weren’t tied up. He envied that about them—they didn’t have to worry about murder or winter. They simply existed in a world where awful things happened.
The only reason Hansel looked at the body was to ensure that it wasn’t Ceara. It wasn’t. A middle-aged man with a white shirt turned red was lying on his back. According to the man, death wasn’t as peaceful as Hansel thought. His face was twisted into a horrid U-shape, his mouth wide open as if he’d died while screaming. His skin was splotched in black-blue bruises near the stab wounds, and his intestines poked out from a thought back to his cottage. Their food supply consisted mostly of cucumbers that were waiting to be pickled so that they would last the winter. His stomach growled. He could practically smell the roasted venison being cooked below. He couldn’t remember the last time he’d had seasoned meat.
After graduating with a BA in Creative Writing from the University of South Florida in 2017, Weston Sullivan moved to New York City to live and write in the heart of the industry. In late 2016, he began working as an intern in the submissions department of BookFish Books. His short story, "On the Hillside", won the Anspaugh Award for Fiction in February of 2017, and his novel, JUST OFF THE PATH, is due for release in early September.
He likes to believe that he is in charge of his own destiny, but at the end of the day, he knows that he was born to serve his two beloved cats.