Ибо так возлюбил Бог мир, что отдал Сына Своего Единородного, дабы всякий верующий в Него, не погиб, но имел хизнь вечную.
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Thursday, August 1, 2019


(Yes, I am a little excited. Why do you ask?)

Spindle Dreams is Kirsten Fichter's newest fairytale book, and I am so in love! I can't wait for you to read it! Below you will see (A) the cover {DUH!!!} (B) The back of the book deal (C) Kirsten's picture and bio (D) Links to Kirsten's Facebook and Goodreads pages. {You should add Spindle Dreams to your Want To Read shelf... just sayin'}

{This gap is to build suspense ;)}

I love this cover, and I think her cover designer people are amazing!!!

Marita Kadlec is the only daughter of Rohesia's poorest – and laziest – weaver. Her father prefers to spend his days gambling in the tavern, leaving the spinning up to Marita. She hates the family business because she's constantly pricking her finger on the spindle. She'd much rather be tinkering on an invention that she hasn't had the courage to show anyone yet. A special invention that will rid her of spinning for the rest of her life.

Felix is a young nobleman plagued with the same nightmare – a giant machine, twisting and clanking, shrouded in fire, bent on pain and death. He's determined to find out what it means, no matter where the answers may lead him.

This is Sleeping Beauty with a twist like you've never seen it before.

Kirsten Fichter is a twenty-something Christian writer who loves being the wife to her favorite person ever, mommy to the most precious blessing, a piano enthusiast, a dragon buff, a serious bookworm, and an INFP synesthete. Fairytales have always fascinated her, and she has made it her goal to rewrite as many as possible and become known as the “Grimm Dickens” (i.e. mixing Grimm fairytales with a Dickens style). She is present in many online circles under the name “Kiri Liz” if you care about things like that. As you read this, she’ll be somewhere under a maple tree – trying very hard to finish the seventeen and half other stories she unwisely started all at once.


  1. Thank you for participating in the cover reveal!! This post made me smile! I'm so glad you're so excited about the book! :D

    1. I can't wait to post my review tomorrow, and I might be even more excited for your guest post!