Views from the Tower

Views from the Tower is available from these fine retailers:

 Amazon: Kindle

Barnes and Noble: Nook

Kobo: Kobo

iTunes: iBooks

 

Views From the Tower cover

 

Eleven enchanting stories based on fairy tales:

After spending her whole life isolated in a tower, Rapunzel’s salvation is finally at hand, but she may have merely traded one form of captivity for another…

Special Agent Alice Harrison of the Office of Narrative Order should know better than anyone not to follow a suspicious (and suspiciously good-looking) man in a white rabbit suit down a hole…

Miss Lucinda Beacham is bored. The endless balls and dances she must endure as a debutante hold no enjoyment for her—that is until she finds a frog sitting on the edge of a fountain, a frog who just so happens to know her name…

Being a fairy godmother isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, especially when you’re a junior in high school and your next assignment is your former crush…

Views from the Tower is a collection of short stories that offers new perspectives on some of your favorite fairy tales, including a trio of different takes on Rapunzel. Each story offers a unique foray into the exciting world of fantasy, as well as a golden opportunity to see some well-known legends in a whole new light.

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What Readers are Saying about Views from the Tower:

 

A charming little book of fractured fairytales that will make you smile. I highly recommend it!

– Kimberly, Love Letters to the Library

 

Jessica Grey has done it again. She has left me longing for more. And more. And more.”

– Jacqueline, Amazon review

 

As with all her books, Grey’s voice and quirky sense of humor make Views From the Tower a delight to read. The real-ness of her characters makes it easy to root for them (and their love interests) even in the limited space of a short story.

– Nancy, NancyKelleyWrites.com

 

Reading it was similar to when I read Italo Calvino’s If on a winter’s night a traveler — which I loved but wanted to throw across the room because all the stories were so good and just when I was getting into one, the post-modern plot kicked in and I was thrown into another tale. This was like that all over.

– Emma Barry, Goodreads Reviewer

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