Today I’m helping Kendra Ardnek reveal the covers for her upcoming re-releases of all six of her novels!
They are pretty and I’m so excited to share them. 😀
First, here’s a bit about the author…
About the Author
Kendra E. Ardnek loves fairytales and twisting them in new and exciting ways. She’s been or acting them on her dozen plus cousins and siblings for years. “Finish your story, Kendra,” is frequently heard at family gatherings. Her sole life goal has always been to grow up and be an author of fantasy and children’s tales that glorify God and His Word.
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And now for the covers!
Sew, It’s a Quest
Two twins in a fairy tale world must find their Fairy Godmother before their eighteenth birthday, lest they forever be stuck with the other’s gift.
Goodreads • Createspace (Paperback) • Smashwords (FREE ebook)
Kendra’s Revision Notes: I sent this book to my kindle, tore it to shreds, then retyped the whole thing, making every word fight to stay in the book. I completely rewrote one chapter, and added/expanded several scenes, focusing on character development and pacing, in particular Robin’s character.
Do You Take This Quest?
A prince’s quest for allies against his miserly uncle and a madcap race to get home for a wedding.
Kendra’s Revision Notes: This book has one added chapter, a few (potentially) added scenes, and a severe edit. Again, focus is going to Robin’s character development. I hadn’t the maturity to completely handle her emotional situation when I wrote this book, and now I intend to fix that.
My Kingdom for a Quest
Prince Arthur’s quest to take back his kingdom, and Casperl’s quest to find out how, exactly, he’s a prince.
Kendra’s Revision Notes: This book was mostly clean … but it’s getting a part two. AKA, book 3.5, The Quest for a Quince, AKA, Casperl’s story. There will be a edit to part one, though.
The following three book covers were designed by Alea Harper
Jen knows she had an imagination once – how far will she go to get it back?
Kendra’s Revision Notes: Mostly just a thorough edit. I don’t foresee any great changes.
I read The Ankulen awhile back and it was quite fun! You can read my review for it on Goodreads, here. 🙂
Water Princess, Fire Prince
When two teens are pulled into another world, fire and water must work together to defeat a dragon.
Kendra’s Revision Notes: Again, mostly a thorough edit, but there will be a few continuity fixes, and I’ll be adding a bonus scene to the extra stuff at the end.
Lady Dragon, Tela Du
Only the Tela Du stands in Amber’s way for ruling Rizkaland forever. Petra would much rather find her long-lost sisters than fight a Lady Dragon.
Kendra’s Revision Notes: Edits mostly.
This reveal is part of Kendra’s Bookshelf Overhaul — you can enter for a grand prize of a full signed collection of her books: all six of these lovely-looking fantasy tales! Details are on this page. (And yes, commenting on this post and the other cover-reveal posts counts!)
Other Lovely Souls Posting the Cover Reveal
- Elvish Pens, Fantastical Writings
- Morgan Elizabeth Huneke
- The Flowering Vales
- Brie Donning: Reality Reflected Through Wonder
- The Page Dreamer (you are here)
- Dreams and Dragons
- Written Rest
- Jenelle Schmidt
- Regarding Reading and Writing (and Sometimes Life)
- Hazel West’s Character Purgatory