Tour Sign-Up: To Dream and Die as a Taniwha Girl by Benedict Patrick
There is a price to pay for becoming a story.
Kaimana has defied the gods and won the freedom to spend the rest of her days travelling the collection of tropical islands she calls home.
But the people of the islands have taken notice of her.
They have started to tell her story; for many children, one of their favourite fireside tales is now that of the Taniwha Girl, the brave woman who befriends monsters.
Some islanders even pray to her.
The gods are displeased, but they are not the only ones paying attention to Kaimana’s rise to fame. On the borders of the island ring, an ancient demon – an old enemy of the Crescent Atoll – spreads its influence, and a spider-faced figure shadows Kaimana’s movements.
To secure her own safety, and that of her island home, Kaimana has to make a choice: turn her back on the people of the Crescent Atoll and continue enjoying the life she has won for herself, or give up all she holds dear to live up to the legend of the Taniwha Girl.
‘To Dream and Die As A Taniwha Girl’ is the first Yarnsworld novel to debut on Kickstarter! Help out our campaign today to be one of the first to get your hands on this epic tale of gods, monsters, and destiny.
To Dream and Die as a Taniwha Girl by Benedict Patrick
GENRE: Fantasy, Folklore
AGE GROUP: Adult
PUBLISHED: November 2020
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We’re organizing a tour to feature Benedict Patrick’s upcoming Fantasy novel from his Yarnsworld universe, To Dream and Die as a Taniwha Girl, which will take place from November 18th–November 24th!
We’re seeking Bloggers and Bookstagrammers to help us show To Dream and Die as a Taniwha Girl some love with reviews and features across blogs and social media. All participants will receive eBooks to read and review. Physical copies will not be available for this tour.
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Benedict Patrick is from a small town in Northern Ireland called Banbridge, but has been living and working in Scotland since he moved there at the age of eighteen. Tragically, that was quite a while ago.
He has been writing for most of his life, and has been reading for pretty much all of it (with help from mum and dad at the beginning). Benedict’s life changed when a substitute primary school teacher read his class part of The Hobbit and later loaned him the book – he fell in love with the fantasy genre and never looked back.