Conceal, Don’t Feel – Just Let It Go…

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Is it winter where you are? It’s not even close here, so I’m going to crank up the AC, make a blanket fort and pretend Elsa is visiting my house. This fun twisted tale offers an alternate story, where Anna and Elsa never knew each other?! Intrigued? Then read on!

Conceal, Don’t Feel excerpt…

Seeing the image of her eleven-year-old self flooded Elsa with emotion. Life in the castle had been lonely for her as an only child. Her parents were busy with kingdom affairs, and while she had numerous studies, she still spent a lot of time roaming the empty rooms, watching the hours tick by. Of course, her parents had found her playmates in their stewards’ and noblemen’s children, but it wasn’t the same as having a sibling to grow up with and confide in. This was a weight she kept to herself, never wanting to burden her parents with her feelings. Her mother had been unable to have more children after Elsa. 

“Isn’t the sculpture of us lovely, Mama?” Elsa asked. 

Her mother was standing quietly beside her. Elsa watched her blue eyes take in every inch of the bronze statue before she gave a deep, almost inaudible, sigh. When she glanced at Elsa, her eyes seemed sad. “It truly is,” she said, squeezing her daughter’s hand. “It’s a lovely portrait of our family and who we are. Isn’t it?” she added to the king. 

For such a joyous occasion, her parents seemed slightly melancholy. Was it that the statue reflected a time when they were much younger? Were they sad to think how quickly time had passed? Her father was always talking about the day when she would take the throne, even though he was still a vibrant king. Elsa wondered what made them sad, but she kept her thoughts to herself. It wasn’t her place to question her parents in public. 

What if Anna and Elsa never knew each other?

As the future Queen of Arendelle, Princess Elsa’s life is full of expectation and responsibility—not to mention, questions. What type of ruler will she be? When will she have to pick a suitor? And why has she always harbored the feeling that some critical piece of herself is missing?

Following the unexpected death of her parents, Elsa is forced to answer those questions sooner than she’d hoped, becoming the sole ruler of her kingdom and growing lonelier than ever. But when mysterious powers begin to reveal themselves, Elsa starts to remember fragments of her childhood that seem to have been erased—pieces that include a very familiar-looking girl. Determined to fill the void she has always felt, Elsa must take a harrowing journey across her icy kingdom to undo a terrible curse . . . and find the missing Princess of Arendelle.

Conceal, Don’t feel is a stand-alone in the Twisted Tales Series, each one centers on a different Disney Character. Grab the other books now!

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It’s no secret how Jen Calonita knows the inside scoop on Hollywood. A former entertainment editor at a teen magazine, Jen started out her career chronicling backstage life at concerts with Justin Timberlake and interviewing Zac Efron on film sets. It was her work in the entertainment world that inspired her first series, Secrets of My Hollywood Life. The six-book series about a teen starlet named Kaitlin Burke who grew weary of the fame game, but loved being an actress was published in nine countries. Jen’s other young adult novels include Sleepaway Girls and Summer State of Mind (since she was a camp counselor as a teen), Reality Check and Belles, which is about two polar opposite girls who share one life-altering secret. Her latest young adult book, Turn It Up, is about a girls’ high school acapella group.

In her first middle grade series, Fairy Tale Reform School, readers explore a school run by Cinderella’s formerly wicked stepmother. The series (Flunked, Charmed, Tricked, Switched, and Wished) are told from spunky young former thief, Gillian Cobbler. In Jen’s companion series, Royal Academy Rebels, which is set in the same kingdom as FTRS, readers follow young princess Devin, an animal whisperer, as she navigates her mysterious new school run by the most famous fairy godmother of all time. Misfits is out now with book two, Outlaws, due fall 2019.

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Be Sure to check out the rest of both tours! There’s gorgeous photos, awesome reviews, and more excerpts.

Blog Tour:

Week One:

9/30/2019- BookHounds YA– Excerpt

10/1/2019- Kait Plus Books– Excerpt

10/2/2019- Starlight Reads– Review

10/3/2019- EatingbetweenthelinesINC– Review

10/4/2019- Books a Plenty Book Reviews– Review

Week Two:

10/7/2019- Eli to the nth– Review

10/8/2019- Struck by Stories– Review

10/9/2019- Confessions of a YA Reader– Review

10/10/2019- Fictitiouswonderland– Review

10/11/2019- History from a Woman’s Perspective- Review

Bookstagram Tour:

Week One:

9/30/2019- Polish & Paperbacks– Review

10/1/2019- Odd and Bookish– Review

10/2/2019- Fictitious Fox– Review

10/3/2019- A Gingerly Review– Review

10/4/2019- The Pages In-Between– Review

Week Two:

10/7/2019- Jena Brown Writes– Review

10/8/2019- PopTheButterfly Reads Review

10/9/2019- Novel Novice– Review

10/10/2019- The Reading Corner for All– Review

10/11/2019- Wishful Endings– Review

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