Finding the Magic: Cover Reveal

Today I am participating in my Kindred Spirit, Jack’s cover reveal for her novella: Finding the Magic. It is a retelling of Beauty and the Beast, which is exciting, seeing as how my life has been consumed by that story this year and I am eager to read anything Beauty and the Beast related of late. But even more so because this one is by Jack, and I love her writing.

First, what the story is about:

Belle’s father has always taught her to see the magic in the world around her, but when war comes it suddenly becomes harder to find. During the bombings of London, Belle is sent to live with Adam Prince, a bitter gentleman who has lost much and has therefore locked himself away in his mansion.
When Belle meets Mr. Prince she decides she will show him the magic her dad told her not to forget, but it isn’t as easy as she thought it would be.
Aided by her new friend, Belle begins to break down Mr. Prince’s wall. But, just as she is helping him find laughter again sorrow strikes too close to home and Belle herself begins to lose hope.

Coming JULY 17, 2015!

Isn’t that lovely? Jack’s been giving us tidbits about this one over on her BLOG for a while now, and everything she says about it just makes me want to read it more. If you want to read more about this story or about the inspiration behind the cover, you should head over to her blog today!
About the Author

Jack chases Dragons on a daily basis though has yet to decide if she wishes to slay the Dragons she finds or ride them. She wishes she had a library as big as the Beast’s, or Prince Adam, or whatever you wish to call him. She’s working on that goal currently, at the same time searching for a house with two stories so she can slide down the banister every morning on her way to breakfast.

As a general rule, Jack doesn’t write sad books, but she might have slipped in this area when she started to write about World War Two.

When she isn’t writing Jack is researching, which means she is reading. And when she isn’t reading, it might mean she’s sleeping, but probably means she’s eating. Especially if the food is cookies.

Currently Jack is trying out the life of a Dwarf, even though she’s a Hobbit. She’s traveling about, looking for her home, and hoping the end of her search leads her to a cave with a Dragon who needs to be battled and enough Arkenstones to fill her dream library with books.

You can learn more about Jack and her newest books at

~ jenelle



I think it might be WWII era the way that Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe is WWII era… just speculating, though.


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