K E M's New Book 'The Little Princess of Cherry Tree Kingdom' is a Magical Tale of a Young Princess and Her Journey to Thwart an Evil Enemy's Attacks Against Her Kingdom

K E M, a prolific storyteller, writer, and father from the Dallas/Fort Worth area, has completed his most recent book “The Little Princess of Cherry Tree Kingdom”: an enchanting story of Katlyn and her adventures as she discovers her true royal inheritance, escapes dangerous armies, and attempts to stop a malevolent dark lord from destroying her kingdom.

K E M writes, “Dark secrets and hidden rooms

Wizard spells and danger looms

Archers’ arrows and soldiers’ swords

Mysterious riddles and hidden doors

Ravenous creatures and magical books

A sea of glass through which they look

A little princess and her forest friends

Must save the kingdom before the end.

A magical journey to a far, faraway kingdom filled with mystery, riddles, and danger.

After surprisingly discovering that she really is a princess from a far, faraway kingdom, Katlyn is joined by forest friends on an adventure of a lifetime. On their quest to save the Cherry Tree Kingdom from the evil dark lord and his evil soldiers, they must solve riddles, seek out mysterious spell books, and face many dangers. While fleeing soldiers with swords, archers with arrows, and the ravenous Silver Wolf and Red Fox, the battle continues to try to break the spells of the evil dark lord and save the kingdom from imminent doom.”

Published by Fulton Books, K E M’s book follows the courage, willpower, and compassion of a young princess who strives to save the people of Cherry Tree Kingdom from the darkness.

Readers will be inspired with mystical and heartwarming scenes that speak of mystery, allure, and wit, all felt and dealt with by a strong-willed heroine.

Readers who wish to experience this engrossing work can purchase “The Little Princess of Cherry Tree Kingdom” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Gregory Reeves via email at gregory@fultonbooks.com or via telephone at 877-210-0816.

Source: Fulton Books


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