In Person Event with YA Author Farrah Rochon

 

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Come and join Writer's Block Bookstore for an in-person event and book signing with author Farrah Rochon, as we celebrate her latest book, Fate Be Changed.

While Farrah’s events are free to attend and open to all, a purchase of Fate Be Changed from Writer's Block Bookstore is required to enter the signing line.

ABOUT FATE BE CHANGED

What if the witch gave Merida a different spell? This New York Times best-selling series twists Disney•Pixar's Brave into a fast-paced story in which Merida is sent back in time.

If you could change your fate, would you? Merida understands that as princess of Clan DunBroch, she has certain obligations—but that doesn’t mean she has to like it. Especially when one of those obligations means losing her freedom by becoming betrothed to a man she has never met. Merida balks at this tradition, but her mother Queen Elinor insists that Merida must do this to embrace her role as future queen.

Determined to chart her own path, Merida follows magical wisps to a witch’s cottage, where she is given a magic pastry and promised it will incite “a great transformation” in her mother. But instead of feeding Elinor the pastry, Merida eats it herself.

Merida awakens in the past, a now-teenage Elinor holding a knife to her throat and accusing her of espionage. She’s been transported to a time when the Clans MacCameron and DunBroch are bitter enemies. And it just so happens that the timing of Merida’s arrival has kept Elinor and Fergus from meeting.

Will Merida be able to bridge the rival clans, help her parents fall in love, and change her own fate?

Series Overview: A Twisted Tale is a NYT bestselling YA series that reimagines classic Disney films for teens and millennials alike. Each book hinges on a "what if" question which instantly propels readers into a new version of the story that's a bit darker, a bit more nuanced, and full of magic and intrigue.

ABOUT FARRAH ROCHON

Farrah Rochon is the USA Today bestselling author of The Boyfriend Project and over thirty other romance novels. She hails from south Louisiana and is a two-time finalist for Romance Writers of America’s RITA Award, as well as the 2015 winner of the Emma Award for Author of the Year. Her June 2020 novel, The Boyfriend Project, has been lauded by O, The Oprah Magazine as a must-read Black romance novel, as well as praised by Cosmopolitan as a Best Romance Novel of 2020.

 

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Event date: 
Wednesday, April 3, 2024 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Event address: 
316 N. Park Avenue
Winter Park, FL 32789
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