Monday, January 27, 2014

SPOTLIGHT of The Runaway Daughter by Juliet Philip

Synopsis:
Kamada, Tara’s daughter lives in a world of magic. A world of gremlins, fairies, an airavata—spotless white elephant having four tusks and seven trunks and talking magical entities that shield her from a society where strange men act like they own the women walking down the street and where her mother sells her body in exchange for a life of luxury.
Kamada knows she doesn’t belong here. She is on a mission to escape the dirty streets of a gritty Bombay and her mother’s house which feels like a prison. Only her magical friends, a parrot astrologer who tells of the future and a neighboring family know that her dream is to leave home to study in America.
As she plans her escape, Kamada’s world is turned upside down when her mother reveals a secret and she must struggle to get an education she envisions.

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Bio



Juliet Philip loves magic, faeries, and creating things. She believes in infusing each of her creations with all the positive energy that she can manifest.  Some of the things she likes to make are books, drawings, magic, and connections with people and the universe.
She leads a self-sustainable, simple (yet busy!) life and is so very excited to share her everyday magic with you all.
You will find some of the magical items on her projects page.  More coming soon!  Please contact her at magicalbabbles@gmail.com if you are interested in knowing more about something or simply want to connect!
She also loves to feel inspired and inspire people so if you are feeling like finding your own inspiration or want to inspire her, please do connect.
Fairy grace and pixie dust!



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1 comment:

  1. Congratulations Katherine I.! I do hope you enjoy the read! Thank you bloggers for participating in the blog tour and making my mornings with your tweets! <3 xoxo

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