News and Events
Sep 4th 2014
The cover for Chantress Fury is in, plus fabulous new covers for the whole Chantress series! Check out the triple cover reveal and international giveaway over at The Eater of Books!
May 6th 2014
Chantress Alchemy is released today!
Aug 15 2013
I'm excited to reveal the Chantress Alchemy cover at IceyBooks today! And there's a Chantress giveaway, too!
May 6th 2013
Head to Simon & Schuster’s PulseIt site where you can sign up to read Chantress for free online – this week only!
Simon & Schuster is giving away 25 (!) ARCs for Chantress on Goodreads. The giveaway ends in the wee hours of April 15th, and it's the last chance to get an advance copy of the book. Click on the link to enter -- and good luck!
I’m thrilled to announce that over 50 bloggers will be participating in the Chantress blog tour in May 2013! Shane Morgan at Itching for Books is hosting, and there will be interviews, guest posts, a giveaway, and more!
We’re giving away a signed Chantress ARC at Goodreads on February 17th!
The cover is here - and it is beautiful! I'm grateful to photographer Ali Smith and art director Michael McCartney for making Chantress look so magical.
The ARCs are in as well, and there's a contest at Icey Books where you can win one (ends Sept 8th). Please check out my blog for details if you'd like to enter.
In other news, I've finished the page proofs for the book - the very last chance for me to change anything in the story. It's close and exhasting work, reading line by line, trying to catch mistakes. When I was done, I was ready to sleep for a week.
My new book, Chantress, was announced this week by Publishers Weekly children's bookshelf.
"In a pre-empt just before Frankfurt, Karen Wojtyla of Margaret K. McElderry Books bought a YA series by Amy Butler Greenfield called Chantress. The series, set in London in the 1660s, centers on a girl who can sing magic in a world that forbids it; her talent quickly gets her into trouble with an evil Lord Protector. The first book in the trilogy is set for summer 2013. Greenfield is the author of the middle-grade novel Virginia Bound and the nonfiction book A Perfect Red. Julie Just of Janklow & Nesbit Associates negotiated the deal for North American rights."