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You can now request Henrietta The Dragon Slayer at Your Local Library!

Yes, you read that right: You can now request Henrietta The Dragon Slayer, the entire series, in fact, at your local public library. I’m a huge fan of libraries. I imagine you may be too. All those hours spent reading every fantasy and adventure story I could get my hands on — instead of doing …

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International Women’s Day and Highlighting Heroines: How Author Beth Barany Empowers Women Through Speculative Fiction

“What if we had a culture where women supported other women?” I wondered in a recent interview. “And women raised their sons to support women — what would that look like?” These are some of the questions that motivate my work, and more specifically, that motivate my trilogy, Henrietta The Dragon Slayer. You can read …

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Get A Review Copy of Henrietta The Dragon Slayer (Book 1 of trilogy) on NetGalley til May 31st

If you’re a Netgalley member and a book blogger, reviewer, or school, grab your review copy of Henrietta The Dragon Slayer (Read an excerpt here)(Book 1 of the trilogy) on NetGalley until May 31st. ABOUT BOOK 1 IN THE HENRIETTA THE DRAGON SLAYER SERIES She’s a legend at 17, but only Henrietta knows the price she …

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Pre-Order Book 3 @iBooks + Get Books 1-2 Free! #HenriettaTheDragonSlayer #YAFantasy

I’m super excited to announce that Henrietta The Dragon Slayer Books 1 and 2 have been updated — new covers, new series name, and polished up — (those pesky typos we didn’t catch the first time around) and have been uploaded to all vendors (iBooks, Kindle, Nook, Kobo) in ebook format. Not sure this series is …

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Henrietta and the Battle of the Horse Mesa (Book 3) Cover Reveal + Pre-Order Announcement

I’m so excited to announce the third and final book in my Henrietta and the Dragon Slayer series, Henrietta and the Battle of the Horse Mesa. Thank you to Kristin of theunapologeticnerd.com blog for hosting my exclusive Q&A and sharing the first announcement and cover reveal. Release Date: June 17th, 2016 Publisher: Firewolf Books No. of …

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YA Fantasy Reader, Enter to win a $50 gift certificate at Amz or B&N

At http://www.prizesforreaders.com/, vote to win a $50 gift certificate at Amazon or Barnes & Noble. Please vote on Henrietta The Dragon Slayer by 6/1/2015: for the best cover and best blurb. You can read an excerpt here: http://writersfunzone.com/books/the-five-kingdom-series/excerpts/. And enjoy all the other fantasy books in the competition. To check out about each book, click on the blurb link to read the …

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5 star book review for Henrietta The Dragon Slayer by Beth Barany

Another great review from Books and Authors Spot, this time for Book 2 in the Five Kingdoms series, Henrietta and the Dragon Stone. REVIEW Henrietta And The Dragon Stone is the second book in The Five Kingdom series by Beth Barany. I have read and reviewed the first book, Henrietta The Dragon Slayer, and as …

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5 Star Review for Henrietta The Dragon Slayer by Beth Barany

Such a lovely review from Books and Authors Spot. REVIEW Henrietta The Dragon Slayer by Beth Barany was an amazing and exciting read. The cover totally fits the book. The story was perfect and as it represented a kick-ass female protagonist, I knew that this book was gonna rock. It’s adventurous, amazing and really unique. …

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Let’s Challenge the Media’s Misrepresentation of Women

Let’s Challenge the Media’s Misrepresentation of Women Join me, will you?! Take Action: Pledge I’m inspired by the Representation Project and by this article in TakePart: Rated W: This New Ratings System Tests Films on How They Depict Women. I agree with the author’s assertion that you can’t manage (or change) what you don’t measure. …

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