2015 marks the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. To celebrate, here’s the cover for Falling for Alice, a new young adult anthology from Vine Leaves Press.
Falling for Alice
Dawn Dalton | Shari Green | Denise Jaden | Kittiy Keswick | Cady Vance
April 24, 2015 | Vine Leaves Press
New Alice. New Wonderland. New stories to love.
From the modern Alice dumped in the Aquarian Age of the late sixties, to the present day Alice, tormented by body image and emotional issues, to the Alice of the future, launched forward through time and space, FALLING FOR ALICE offers five fresh takes on Lewis Carroll’s classic tale. For 150 years, people all over the world have fallen under Alice in Wonderland’s spell. Now, follow five Young Adult authors down the rabbit hole to discover Alice like you’ve never seen her before. One thing is certain—this is not your mother’s Alice.
…aaaaand here’s the cover!!
Enter to win 1 of 5 prizes including: a copy of Falling For Alice, an e-copy of Denise Jarden’s Foreign Exchange, a copy of the Spirted anthology, a copy of Killer Instinct by Dawn Dalton and Judith Graves, or One of Cady Vance’s books in e-book format.
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The authors each answered a little birthday questions for me! Here’s what they each had to say.
Question: What is the one party game that is absolutely essential at every birthday party?
Dawn Dalton: It’s a terrible game, and absolutely inappropriate, but we’ve become somewhat addicted to Cards Against Humanity. For the past year, we’ve played it for every (adult) birthday in our circle of friends.
Shari Green: That game where everyone disperses and finds a quiet corner to curl up with a book for a while…That’s a party game, right?
Denise Jaden: I’d love to say spin the bottle, but I’m married. LOL. So instead I’d vote for Scruples (a morality game)—you really get to know your party guests well through this one!
Katy Keswick: Weirdly, I like trivia games so I’d probably make everyone play Trivia Pursuit. (The other games that came to mind involved quarters and ping pong balls.)
Cady Vance: I don’t actually know if anyone plays this, but I’m certain it’s essential. Harry Potter charades. Preferably played with every guest wearing a House scarf.
Learn more about Falling for Alice at: www.fallingforaliceanthology.com
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