Hello Fam: Just reaching to say that something special is happening at Inidewritersreview! We are showcasing TWO incredible authors! First will be Author Caron Rider’s SILVER KNIGHT and a cool giveaway!and COVER REVEAL for Author Heather McCorkle.
SILVER KNIGHT BY Caron Rider(On Tour April 14th-April 23rd)
GIVEAWAY April 02-April 04 (2 eBooks Available)! For a chance to win a copy of this book:
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SILVER KNIGHT:When seventeen-year-old Diana recognizes an elderly priest in a video on YouTube, she realizes that reincarnation is real and that she’s been alive before! Every night in her dreams, she relives her past learning that it’s kill or be killed. Now a bishop at the Vatican whom she saved in another life calls on her once more. She is needed to help defeat evil within the catacombs of Rome. But when she arrives in Rome, she meets Alexander – the man of her dreams! Through the centuries she has loved him…betrayed him…been killed by him. Will she give him another chance or this time will she strike first?
Next COVER REVEAL FOR Author Heather McCorkle’s young adult historical fantasy novel, To Ride A Púca,
Check out this fabu cover and a word from this awesome author!:)
Heather: I’m so excited to share the cover of my young adult historical fantasy novel, To Ride A Púca, with you. I’ve been waiting for so long to reveal the news and the cover that it’s been driving me crazy! This novel is special to me, as many of you know, because it felt like my heart and soul has gone into it. It isn’t a part of the channeler series, though it is a tie-in novel as it’s about one of Eren’s ancestors. This is a stand alone of a very different flavor and I hope you love it as much as I do.
Here is a bit about it:
Invaders are coming to take what isn’t theirs, again.
Neala wants to stand and fight for her homeland, but as one of the last druids, she may be standing alone. Persecuted, hunted down, forced to live in obscurity, the druids have all but given up. Can the determination of a girl who has barely come into her power bring them together? Or, just when she finally finds her place among her kind, will they end up losing a homeland their very magic is tied to?
This novel is intended for mature teens and adults as it contains some difficult subject matter.
I had to throw that warning in because I had one person who was disturbed by some of the subject matter in The Secret Of Spruce Knoll. To Ride A Púca is a much darker novel than Spruce Knoll and will certainly not be appropriate for some readers. Slavery, oppression, and violent situations are within this novel. It certainly falls under the dark YA catagory. But it is also about hope, love, and belonging. It releases this May!