Troubador Living With Feet Too Big for a Glass Slipper

Released: 29/04/2011

eISBN: 9781848768604

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Living With Feet Too Big for a Glass Slipper

The It Is What It Is Chronicles


Welcome to the mythical kingdom of It Is What It Is, where everything is as it seems and people are the perfect performers in the game of life. In the year of 1212 B.R. – Before Reason – the beautiful Princess Innocent is born in the Royal Borough of Look At Me, one of the many Drama Districts that constitute the Kingdom.

Having been raised on the propaganda of the fairytale, Princess Innocent is ill-prepared for her life’s journey when she leaves the castle to find her one true prince. Unfortunately she finds Prince Badboy, Captain Unavailable, Lord Lie-A-Lot and Prince Rescue-Me, among others.

Both a parody of the fairytale and modern-day satire on the search for love in all the weird and wacky places, Innocent’s fraught journey captures the essence of what it is to be fantastically human.

A whimsical tale of magical realism that takes readers on a journey to a mythical Kingdom, Living with Feet Too Big for a Glass Slipper is the first of five in The It Is What It Is Chronicles. It is illustrated by Monica Alesina.

I happy to announce the launch of the first book in the It Is What It Is Chronicles,Living with Feet too Big For a Glass Slipper on April 29th 2011!

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Lynne Tapper

Lynne Tapper has always been a storyteller. She spent 11 years as an Early Childhood Educator in Vancouver, working with young inner-city children and using storytelling to entertain them and promote learning. After gaining a degree in Communications, Lynne moved into the training and personal advice field, where she has worked for the last 10 years in the UK.

Following a series of personal tragedies, including the break-up of her relationship and her brother’s severe cancer, Lynne found herself questioning her life’s choices and turned to writing as a form of self-discovery. Through reflecting on her experiences, she realised that many people focus all their energy in trying to make others love them, and in doing so, forget to love themselves. Building on this, Lynne created a story about a ‘people pleasing’ princess, believing this theme would resonate with many readers.

Inspired by her childhood love of fairy tales, such as Gulliver’s Travels and Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince, Lynne wanted to write books that were both entertaining and throught provoking, full of observations of life, which would appeal to readers of all ages.

‘Perhaps the popularity of fairy tales shows that we are all children at heart, and that a return to simplicity is the order of the day,’ says Lynne. 'Stories remind us that every day can be a new chapter in life!’

Lynne currently lives between London and Vancouver working as an author and motivational trainer.

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