Friday, September 23, 2016

Blog Tour: Operation Tenley by Jennifer Gooch Hummer




Meet Tenley Tylwyth, an Elemental Teen born with the power to produce weather. Cool? Not really.


 Elementals who can create weather make Mother Nature angry. It’s time she got rid of them. Only one thing is standing in her way—Fair Ones. These ancestors of fairies keep kids like Tenley safe, but when rookie Fair One, Pennie, fails to do so, she’s forced to travel to Earth—a place where no Fair One wants to go. Now, Pennie has forty-eight hours to convince Tenley to give up her power. It won’t be so easy. Tenley’s got a way with wind. And after falling deep into Mother Nature’s gardens, where trees grow upside down and insects attack on command, a little wind might be just what Tenley needs to survive. Even if it kills her.




Operation Tenley (The Fair City Files #1)
by Jennifer Gooch Hummer
Publication Date: September 13, 2016
Publisher: Month9Books


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Pennie One is not exactly a faaiy godmother, in fact she is technically not even a fairy. She is a Fair One, a descendant of the fairies of yesteryear. Her job is to keep an eye on a human child born with elemental powers up until her 18th birthday. More specifically, her job is to watch and see that this child does not discover her not-so-human powers before her 18th birthday. And Pennie One has not done her job to the best of her ability. That means there will be consequences.

Tenley Tylwyth wants to not only be a typical American teenager, but to be famous and noticed and an INSPIRATIONAL American teenager with influence. She wants this so badly that she doesn't see the consequences of her self absorbed actions. May I mention Tenley's mother is well meaning but clueless? She is the type of mom any teen would love as she never says 'no' to Tenley.

This is the first of a new series aimed at the kids old enough to begin thinking cartoons are too childish for them, but they still want to action and far fetched tales they grew up with. They like magic and paranormal and can relate to mean girls at school, and struggling to fit in.

Set in different worlds, this is a tale of good vs evil, of cool technology and gadjets, of young infatuation and wanting to find ones place in the world.



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Jennifer Gooch Hummer is the award-winning author and screenwriter of her debut novel, Girl Unmoored (SparkPress). Girl Unmoored has also been published in German (Carlsen).  Jennifer has worked as a script analyst for various talent agencies and film studios. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and three daughters.













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