Blog Tour: Yasmin Fazli and Will of Hope (Acryen Series Book 1)

Posted: May 11, 2015 in Novels
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Will of HopeYou know what I love more than discovering new authors with diverse voices? Pretty much nothing.

That’s why it’s such a delight for me to be a stop on the blog tour for Will of Hope.

Elle Carlton hasn’t seen light in nearly eight years…until now. When faced with the chance to find Kaleb, her missing love, there’s nothing she won’t do. Her determination knows no bounds except one: he’s not on Earth. Elle will have to leave everything she knows, and embark on a perilous journey from our world to Acryen—a realm where nothing is as it seems and truths are lost in all the lies.
In a land where dragons once ruled, magic is the ultimate weapon and kingdoms are on the brink of war. Prophecies are coming to life, and creatures unlike any other are emerging from the shadows. Elle only desires one thing: to find Kaleb. But, what she doesn’t know is Acryen has its own plan, and you cannot fight what’s already been written.

The first of what I hope to be many more books in the Acryen Series, Will of Hope is a great option for readers looking for the next big YA fantasy. It has a smart, well crafted and diverse cast of characters, clever writing, believable romance, and some great fantasy world-building. You can find it on Amazon by clicking on the picture of that damn gorgeous cover above, or on the title. Or you can find it on Amazon UK here.

And I’m such a fan, if you leave a comment below and share the link, you’ll automatically be entered to win a copy of Will of Hope.

About Yasmin Fazli:
Yasmin Fazli is an undergraduate college student studying biology to one day fulfill her dream of being a doctor. Little did she know, the small stories she used to write in middle school and high school developed into another dream she couldn’t live without. In the beginning of her senior year of high school, the idea of Will of Hope, her first novel, was born. It took on a life of its own, and it turned into something she couldn’t put aside. When she finished, she was so in love with the story and how the characters grew that she felt the need to share the happiness it brought with everyone and anyone. Still living the life of a college student, Yasmin works in a research lab, is apart of the Delta Gamma sorority, and fills her life with snowboarding and bouldering.
I’d also suggest following Yasmin on her various social media presences because trust me, she’s a new author to follow.
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