Tour Schedule: IN THE TIME OF THE DRAGON MOON by Janet Lee Carey

Hey everyone! We are super excited to announce the schedule for the IN THE TIME OF THE DRAGON MOON Blog Tour which begins on March 16th!

The tour runs from March 16th-20th and 23rd-27th, will have one stop per day and will consist of a mix of reviews, guest posts, and interviews.

There is also a tour-wide giveaway for a 2 finished copies of this awesome book and a mug or a mouse pad! So be sure to stop by any or all of the stops for a chance to win.

But until then, here are your hosts.

The Tour Hosts

Week One

3/16/2015- Moonlight Gleam ReviewsInterview
3/17/2015- Seeing Double In NeverlandReview
3/18/2015- YA BibliophileGuest Post
3/19/2015- Owl Always Be ReadingReview
3/20/2015- Library of a Book WitchInterview

Week Two

3/23/2015- Gone with the WordsReview
3/24/2015- Bookhounds yaGuest Post
3/25/2015- YA Series Insiders- Interview
3/26/2015-Please Feed The BookwormReview
3/27/2015- Two Chicks on BooksGuest Post

About the Book

Author: Janet Lee Carey
Pub. Date: March 24, 2015
Publisher: Kathy Dawson Books
Pages: 480
Formats: Hardcover, eBook

Kathy Dawson Books is pleased to announce a rich medieval fantasy novel from an author whose work has been called “TRULY ORIGINAL . . . FANTASY AT ITS BEST.”
In the Time of Dragon Moon 
A perfectly crafted combination of medieval history, mythology, and fantasy, set on Wilde Island, featuring  Uma Quarteney - a half Euit and half English girl, who has never been fully accepted by her Euit tribe - and Jackrun Pendragon - a fiery dragonrider with dragon, fairy, and human blood.
Beware the dark moon time when love and murder intertwine
All Uma wants is to become a healer like her father and be accepted by her tribe. But when the mad queen abducts her and takes her north, Uma’s told she must use her healing skills to cure the aging infertile queen by Dragon Moon, or be burned at the stake. Uma soon learns the queen isn’t the only danger she’s up against. A hidden killer out for royal blood slays the royal heir. The murder is made to look like an accident, but Uma, and the king’s nephew Jackrun, sense the darker truth. Together, they must use their combined powers to outwit a secret plot to overthrow the Pendragon throne. But are they strong enough to overcome a murderer aided by prophecy and cloaked in magic?

In the Time of Dragon Moon -- a tale of Love Magic and Murder

Praise for Janet Lee Carey’s new Fantasy
“The author’s world-building is detailed and fascinating, and Uma is a strong, admirable heroine. This is a must-purchase for libraries owning the earlier installments and a great choice for where teen fantasy is popular.” –School Library Journal

“Humans, dragons and fey coexist on Wilde Island, but this uneasy peace masks a simmering, mutual distrust that surfaces after the English army abducts an Euit healer and his daughter to cure the aging queen's infertility—failure is not an option.” – Kirkus Review

~In the Time of Dragon Moon is a story of courage and romance that readers will not soon forget. While Uma’s struggle to help the queen and save her people is intriguing, the depth of her character reaches much further, exploring issues of race, gender, and identity. The politics of Pendragon Castle and Wilde Island offer gripping mystery and adventure, while Uma’s relationship with Jackrun—and even her interactions with her father’s dragon, Vazan—create a rich and insightful protagonist. The text will be a sure favorite of fans of high fantasy. —Meghann Meeusen. VOYA review

Praise for first two books of the Wilde Island trilogy; Dragon’s Keep and Dragonswood
~ALA Best Book for Young Adults
 “A remarkable achievement.”  –Lloyd Alexander, author of the Newbery Medal winner The High King

« “Nonstop action may keep readers glued to this page-turner, but strong writing and character development are what will make it linger.” –School Library Journal, starred review

« “Stunning, lyrical prose.” –Booklist, starred review
« “Painful, cathartic and cautiously hopeful; a fairy tale for those who have given up on believing in them, but still yearn for happily ever after.” Kirkus starred review

« “The political intrigue, mythology of Merlin, and romances. . . will have readers racing toward the end and then going back to savor the events more slowly.” – SLJ, starred review

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