Available October 25, 2016!

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In the Wishing World, dreams are real. You can transform into your own hero, find wild and whimsical friends, and wield power as great as your imagination. But Lorelei doesn't know about any of that. All she knows is that a monster took her family.

It happened during a camping trip one year ago. Hiding inside the tent, she saw shadows, tentacles and a strange creature. By the time she got up the courage to crawl outside, the monster--and Lorelei's mom, dad, and brother--were gone.

Lorelei is determined to find her family. When she accidentally breaks into the Wishing World, she discovers a way. It's a land more wonderful than she could have imagined, a land of talking griffons, water princesses, and cities made of sand, where Lorelei is a Doolivanti--a wish-maker--who can write her dreams into existence.

There's only one problem: the monster is a Doolivanti, too. What he wishes also comes true, and he's determined to shove Lorelei out, keep her family, and make the whole Wishing World his. To save them, Lorelei must find the courage to face him, or her next wish may be her last.


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October 17th
Interview Feature at Much Loved Books

October 18th
Excerpt and Spotlight Feature at I Am a Reader

October 19th
Interview Feature at Desert Rose Reviews

October 21st
Guest Post Feature at What Is This Book About?

October 23rd
Review From Geo Librarian

October 24th
Spotlight Feature and Excerpt from StoreyBook Reviews
Review from Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers

October 25th
Interview Feature at Cracking the Cover

October 26th
Spotlight Feature at Sher a Hart: Written Art

October 30th
Review from Kat's Miao

October 31st
Review from Books are Love
Review from This Kid Reviews Books

November 1
Review from Good Reads with Ronna

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Guest Post at Smack Dab in the Middle
Guest Post Feature at Lovely Reads
Guest Post Feature at Bibliophilia, Please!
A Review from Boys Read