Kingdom Keepers: Disney Memory

Posted March 31st, 2014 by in *Feature/Meme / 0 comments

Open Secret by Janice Kay Johnson

Unforeseen by Ridley Pearson
Today I’m happy to share some information on a new Kingdom Keepers Novella as well as a Disney Memory of my own!

Book Info:


Fairlies Amanda and Jess have won the hearts of Kingdom Keepers fans. Over the years, they’ve protected and supported the five Disney guides with their paranormal abilities. Now for the first time, author Ridley Pearson focuses on the “fairly human” girls, taking us inside Jess’s mind as she and Amanda embark on a journey to unravel her latest prophetic dream.

Jessica’s “gift” to dream of future events is both a blessing and a cursethe same visions that have saved countless lives are pure torment for her. Trapped in a body with a mind that has a mind of its own, Jess is condemned to see things she would often rather not.

Picking up after Kingdom Keepers VI—Dark Passage and leading up to Book VII—The Insider, Unforeseen opens with Jess dreaming of “cracks” in Disneyland. Is this vision something that will consume and destroy her friends, the Kingdom Keepers?

Jess sets out to find answers, embarking on her own nighttime adventure inside the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World. There, she encounters an old man with secrets, a young Imagineer-in-training whose future Jess wants to see, and a treasured wonderland about to shatter.

Sometimes, the Unforeseen is better left unknown.

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Unforeseen is available for purchase on the Kingdom Keepers Insider website for just 2.99. For fans of the Kingdom Keepers series, the Kingdom Keepers Insider website offers fan fiction contests about the books, with winners selected by Ridley several times a month, and more about the books! Follow the site to keep up to date with all things Kingdom Keepers!

Author Bio:

Ridley Pearson Headshot

About Ridley Pearson: Ridley Pearson is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of more than 48 novels, divided almost equally between suspense and young adult adventure. Over the years, his work has been published in two dozen languages, and has been adapted by network television and for the Broadway stage.

His research has spanned the globe and included everything from the engine room of a cruise liner, to a nighttime visit to Walt Disney World’s It’s A Small World ride, to a locked-room visit with inmates at a prison for the criminally insane. The real life aftereffects of this research have at various times helped authorities solve a trio of homicides and briefly made Ridley a silent contributor to an FBI task force charged with the manhunt for the Washington D.C. sniper.

An acknowledged workaholic, Ridley’s hobbies include playing in a rock band comprised of other bestselling writers, snowboarding, and scaling the occasional 200-foot tree. He lives with his wife and two daughters in the Midwest.

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Disney Memory:

I don’t know if anyone has ever noticed but Disney World tends to put in rides before Disney Land gets around to installing the same ride. One such ride was the Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger Spin which opened in 1998 in Disney World and not until 2005 in Disney Land. The best thing about this ride was it was newly built when I first went on it in Disney World and it was in a location that was almost hidden from the rest of the area. This meant that not a lot of people knew that the ride was even tucked away in this corner and so the line was only 5 minutes!

My parents and I decided to give the ride a shot since the line was so short and we had a blast that first time through! We were shooting every Zurg target as if we were Buzz Lightyear ourselves trying to save the galactic planet. Of course on the first time through the scores might have been low because we were also busy experiencing the ride and seeing all of the sets and following the storyline.

The first ride was so much fun that I took my dad on the ride again and again trying for higher scores each and every time. We must have gone on that ride at least 10 times before we finally decided to buy the Buzz Lightyear badge that claimed how high of a ranking space cadet we were. I still have that badge today and I still love the Buzz Lightyear ride. Now that it is in Disney Land I drag my boyfriend Johnny on that ride way more times than he would care for since I always beat his score!





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