We are organizing a Level 2 blog and bookstagram tour for this upcoming young adult novel! Khlorie is the descendant of two prominent New England witch families. But when she discovers she has extra elemental powers beyond that of a typical witch, she is sent to a secret institution to help her understand her gifts. However, as she’s destined to be one of the most powerful witches in the world, she must learn to keep some dangerous secrets hidden in order to survive. This tour will take place in April and consist of reviews and several creative posts.
OPEN TO USA AND INTERNATIONAL READERS.
Digital copies will be provided to all tour hosts. Up to 20 USA bookstagrammers will receive a finished copy of ELEMENTS OF POWER.
Tour Schedule: April 5 – April 11, 2021
Elements of Power
by Kate Stoessel
Published by Rhodes and Co.
Releasing on April 5, 2021
As the descendant of two prominent New England witching families, Khlorie Lethestone’s life was destined to fit into the neat, color-coded boxes established by the American Continental Coven (ACC). When it is discovered that Khlorie has “extra elemental powers” beyond that of a typical witch, she is sent to Spindlewick College, a secret institution designed to help witches develop non-conforming gifts into tools for the greater good of witching society. Once there, she meets the attractive, but distant Perry Prentice, who is assigned to help her understand her gifts. But becoming one of the most powerful witches in the world means that you are watched closely, and Khlorie learns that there are secrets she must keep hidden to survive.
Kate Stoessel is a Middle Grades and Young Adult author specializing in Fantasy. She wrote her first novel, Erine Pershings and the Golden Lyre, because she could not find interesting and informative historical fiction that explored the daily lives of women and children in Ancient Athens. The Council of the Harvest moon series represents Kate’s first foray into Young Adult Fantasy, her favorite genre as a reader. She knows how transportive a fantasy story can be, and hopes to give her readers the same experience of wonder and escape. Whether Middle Grades or YA, Kate is committed to creating characters that feel as authentic and real as the students she works with everyday as a classroom teacher.
She has a B.A. degree in Classical Civilizations from Colby College and a M.S.Ed in Museum Education and Childhood Education from the Bank Street School of Education. Kate lives in Atlanta, GA with her husband, Jack, son, Augie, and two dogs, Artemis and Apollo.