Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for Maxine Kaplan.
Westveil Publishing – Review & Playlist
The Review Booth – Review
Windows to Worlds – Review & Playlist
Metaphors and Miscellanea – Review & Favourite Quotes
Young at Heart Reader – Review, Mood Board, & Top 5 Reason to Read Wench
We Write at Dawn – Favourite Quote & Interview
Rhonda With A Book – Fan Casting
The Book Dutchesses – Review, Favourite Quotes & Top 5 Reasons to Read Wench
As Told by Bex – Review
Lu is lost in books – Review
Jill’s Book Blog – Review
Basement Bookcase – Review, Favourite Quotes & Top 5 Reasons to Read Wench
Stocked Up on Starbooks – Review
PopTheButterfly Reads – Review
Kerri McBookNerd – Review & Favourite Quotes
We Write at Dawn – Blogger’s Choice
Rhonda With A Book – Blogger’s Choice
As Told by Bex – Blogger’s Choice
Lu is lost in books – Blogger’s Choice
Rochelle’s Reads – Review
Luminosity Library – Blogger’s Choice
The Broke Book Blog – Blogger’s Choice
Jenerally Reading – Blogger’s Choice
Content warning: Some magic in the book involves self-harm.
A funny, fiercely feminist YA epic fantasy—following the adventures of a tavern wench
Tanya has worked at her tavern since she was able to see over the bar. She broke up her first fight at 11. By the time she was a teenager she knew everything about the place, and she could run it with her eyes closed. She’d never let anyone—whether it be a drunkard or a captain of the queen’s guard—take advantage of her. But when her guardian dies, she might lose it all: the bar, her home, her purpose in life. So she heads out on a quest to petition the queen to keep the tavern in her name—dodging unscrupulous guards, a band of thieves, and a powerful, enchanted feather that seems drawn to her. Fast-paced, magical, and unapologetically feminist, Wench is epic fantasy like you’ve never seen it before.
Maxine Kaplan was born in Washington, DC. She and her twin sister spent their early childhoods trotting behind their journalist parents as they traveled around the world, eventually settling in Brooklyn, NY. Maxine graduated from Oberlin College in 2007. Following a long stint in the world of publishing, she has worked as a private investigator since 2009. She lives in her adopted hometown of Brooklyn, NY, with her dimwitted, but soulful cat.
Her first novel The Accidental Bad Girl received a starred review in Publishers Weekly and will be available in paperback January 5, 2021. Her sophomore novel, Wench, is coming in January 19, 2021.