Thursday, February 13, 2014

The Golden Apple by Faerl Marie

MEET POPPY PARKER, a recent widow who knows she must move forward but has no idea which direction to take. To start fresh, Poppy moves from her idyllic home in Georgia to the grimy glamour of New York City to open up her own boutique and find a way to live and love without her husband. 

Austin Bandy has been in love with Poppy since the moment he laid eyes on her years ago, right before her wedding. Now she is back, grieving and broken hearted by her nearly-perfect husband’s death—not Austin’s ideal romantic situation. He needs to wait for her to recover but not so long that someone else has the chance to move in and sweep his dream girl off her feet and keep him as a “good friend” forever. 

Poignant, hopeful and fresh, Faerl Marie’s enchanting debut novel will have you hooked and ready to pursue your own hopes and dreams the moment you turn the final page. The Golden Apple is a charming and fashionable novel about loss, love and moving on without betraying your self, your past or those you love. 

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March 20 – Sweets Books –  Excerpt

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March 25 – Chick Lit Goddess – Review & Excerpt

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April 2 – Ai Love Books – Review & Excerpt


April 3 – Always With a Book – Review & Guest Post

April 4 – Books a la Mode – Novel Spotlight & Giveaway

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**Everyone who leaves a comment below will be entered to win a $20 Amazon gift card! Anyone who purchases a copy of The Golden Apple by April 7 and sends their receipt to Samantha (at) ChickLitPlus.com will receive 10 bonus entries!**

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Author Bio:

Faerl Marie is a graduate of the University of New Mexico with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and minors in English and Social Welfare. She has worked as a style consultant, personal shopper and wardrobe curator, among other things. Faerl Marie spends her days writing, dreaming about new stories and characters, walking her dog and adoring her husband. She lives in the idyllic mountains near Santa Fe, New Mexico. "The Golden Apple" is her first novel.

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14 comments:

  1. It sounds like a touching tale of moving on. I'll have to follow on with the tour

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  2. I like how this is one of those "finding yourself" novels but it still seems chic!

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  3. Sounds like a good story, and I love the cover.

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  4. Honestly loved this book - one of my favorite reads of this year!

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    1. StereoQueenBee,

      I'm so pleased you like it! Thank you.
      Warmly,

      Faerl Marie

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  5. What a great tour so far! Loved following along!

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  6. Congratulations on your first novel!

    Your name, Faerl, is beautiful and unique. What does it mean? Is it a family name?

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    1. Catherine Lee,

      It is a family name with French origins. I don't know the meaning and not for a lack of searching. Thank you very much!
      Warmly,

      Faerl Marie

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  7. Are you climbing a tree in an evening gown in your bio picture? How very intriguing.

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    1. I took part in a photo shoot and wore my wedding gown! It was very fun and the shoot won the blogger a spot on Teen Vogue's Blogger list!
      Warmly,

      Faerl Marie

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  8. Sounds like a lovely story. I enjoyed reading through your guest posts.

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  10. Faerl Marie, this sounds like one of those books I would almost be afraid to read simply because I know it's going to be so emotional, yet at the same time, the reviews are so heartwarming I'm inexplicably drawn. I just know I'll feel better for having taken the chance :) Congrats on your masterpiece :)

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