Everything is Canon: Red Wolf – Cinelinx
In this episode of Everything is Canon, Steve talks to Rachel Vincent about her brand new novel, Red wolf, which is described as “a quick, high-stakes reinvention of Little Red Riding Hood that’s perfect for Stephanie Garber and Megan Spooner fans.”
Here is the summary…
For as long as sixteen-year-old Adele can remember, the village of Oakvale has been surrounded by dark woods, a forest filled with terrible monsters that light cannot penetrate. Like anyone who grows up in Oakvale, he has been told to stay away from the woods unless absolutely necessary.
But unlike her neighbors in Oakvale, Adele has a very good reason to go into the woods. Adele is part of a long line of guardians, women capable of transforming into wolves and charged with protecting their village without ever letting any of the villagers know of their existence. But when following her vocation means abandoning the person she loves, the future she imagined for herself and her values, she must decide how far she is willing to go to ensure the safety of her neighbors.
As the synopsis says, Red wolf is a reimagining of the classic fairy tale and almost serves, as Rachel says, the origin story for the big bad wolf. Along with the famous red cape that is front and center of this stunning cover, the book only features a few tropes of Red Riding Hood as Rachel makes her own path. Hers is a thrilling and magical take on the old classic tale, including an incredible second act transformational sequence that you won’t soon forget.
Steve and Rachel are talking about marketing you these days, if the summary says too much, Little Red Riding Hood, Red wolf of course, and much more.
Red wolf is now available, click on HERE to order a copy today!
About the Author:
A resident of Oklahoma, Rachel Vincent has a bachelor’s degree in English and a vivid imagination, and always finds the latter more practical. Rachel is older than she looks – seriously – and younger than she feels, but remains convinced that for every day she spends writing, one more day will be added to her. lifetime. She is the author of over twenty-five novels for teenagers and adults, in various genres. A former English teacher and avid Oxford comma champion, she shares her home in Oklahoma with two cats, two teenage boys and her husband, who has been her No.1 fan from the start.