Guest Post & Giveaway: Dread the Harvest Moon by Sarah Glenn Marsh

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Guest Post & Giveaway: Dread the Harvest Moon by Sarah Glenn Marsh

Dread the Harvest Moon by Sarah Glenn Marsh is a companion novel to Fear the Drowning Deep, and is releasing next week and we are thrilled to be a part of the blog tour today. Today you will get to hear 5 Fun Facts about Sarah, as well as enter a blog tour giveaway! So check out all the book details and spot the pre-order campaign too!

Guest Post & Giveaway: Dread the Harvest Moon by Sarah Glenn Marsh

Dread the Harvest Moon

by Sarah Glenn Marsh
Published by: Ivy Press
on October 13, 2020
Genres: Young Adult, Paranormal
Pages: 354

A companion novel to Fear the Drowning Deep, an NPR Great Read of 2016.

Three tasks. Two worlds. One deadly queen.

Always follow the rules.

That’s what seventeen-year-old barmaid Liss Corkill does. She’s never cursed or kissed a boy, and until two years ago, when a mythical serpent kidnapped her, she was never late to anything. She knows that if she were like her free-spirited older sister Bridey who sailed to America just before the Great War, her mother would be devastated. Liss is determined to be what everyone expects, even if that means giving up her dreams.

Unless the faeries make you break them.

When Liss accidentally interferes in a fairy queen’s quest for true love, she’s pulled into the vast and dangerous world of Un-Mann, a magical realm as old as the Isle of Man itself. As punishment for her mistake, Liss must complete three tasks for the queen by the night of the Great Harvest Moonlight, the fairies’ biggest yearly celebration.

Or you find something worth dying for.

Liss’s attempts to complete her tasks are met with constant misfortune, as if someone doesn’t want her to win. But she has powerful friends: the town witch, Morag, and her sister’s best friend, Cat, who she’s secretly falling for as they hunt sea monsters by night to protect their home. Sensing a need for inspiration as the final gruesome task draws near, the queen marks Liss’s little sister for death unless Liss succeeds.

Her sister. Her town. Her dreams. If she can’t own who she is and make some new rules, Liss will lose it all.

Pre-Order Incentive

Pre-Order Dread the Harvest Moon and submit your proof of purchase here and in exchange receive these items:

  • Signed Bookplate
  • Bookmark
  • 4×6 art print
  • Short story taking place between the two books (emailed to you)

5 Fun Facts about Sarah Glenn Marsh

  • I was in the movie Evan Almighty as one of Steve Carrell’s neighbors; you can maybe spot me in the flood scene.
  • My favorite soup is butternut squash.
  • Last summer, I got to spend a day caring for and feeding treats to two male rhinos – my favorite animal.
  • I can trace my ancestry back to the House of Plantagenet (including Eleanor of Aquitaine!)
  • I collect creepy Victorian-era porcelain dogs. I think they’re hilarious.

About Sarah Glenn Marsh

Sarah Glenn Marsh is an author of young adult novels including the Reign of the Fallen series and Fear the Drowning Deep, as well as children’s picture books like A Campfire Tail, Ninita’s Big World (an Amazon Best Book of 2019), Alice Across America, and many more. An avid fantasy reader from the day her dad handed her a copy of The Hobbit and promised it would change her life, she’s been making up words and worlds ever since. She lives in Virginia with her husband and their tiny zoo of four rescued sighthounds, two birds, and many fish.

When she’s not writing, she’s often found in the pottery studio, volunteering her time to sighthound rescue, raising awareness about Type 1 diabetes, or engaged in nerdy pursuits from video games to tabletop adventures.


1 Winner in the USA will receive signed copies of FEAR THE DROWNING DEEP and DREAD THE HARVEST MOON.

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3 responses to “Guest Post & Giveaway: Dread the Harvest Moon by Sarah Glenn Marsh

  1. Danielle Hammelef

    I loved that this author was an extra in Evan Almighty–I love this movie and will have to look for her in the flood scene.