For, it was written
in the stars...
- with -
Mary K. Savarese
DISTINGUISHED FAVORITE IN FANTASY GENRE
The Girl in the Toile Wallpaper has won a NYC Gabby Award for Distinguished Favorite in Fantasy.
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The Girl in the Toile Wallpaper
Want Fantasy, Adventure, Romance?
Promised to another, her heart chose true love.
Betrayed by an evil noble, she became
The Girl in the Toile Wallpaper.
Will twelve-year-old American, Tyler Charles remember his class physics in time to reverse the ancient curse and save the love of his life?
Or will Lyly be doomed forevermore?
Meet The Author
Mary K. Savarese
I hope you'll join us at The StarWriters Trilogy Club where you'll be the stars and privy to all the firsts.
For, It was written in the stars!
Before I start introducing the real stars of the first trilogy,
The Girl in the Toile Wallpaper - let me introduce myself to you first. I am an award winning author who wants to take you on amazing fantasy adventures that will make your heart and imagination soar to the stars. And, intertwine it with a little romance. There's nothing better.
I love to begin my novels with a quirky title and then the characters start popping out of my head onto paper. I have to say, I love them all. Some are so nice and have wonderful manners and are really good people. The others, not so nice. They are mean and greedy and want to hurt some of my wonderful friends. You'll have to see for yourselves. So join me in meeting the Main and Supporting Characters of
The Girl In the Toile Wallpaper.
For, they are written in the stars!
Without further ado, let's introduce you to the whole lot! They may be a little shy, so, will start speaking about themselves a little more each time we meet.
THE GIRL IN THE TOILE WALLPAPER
Both whimsical, and dark, this is an intriguing book. To me it has hints of Alice in Wonderland, Romeo and Juliet, The Yellow Wallpaper…
I think setting is a standout in this story. Transportative.