Hi guys! Novel Publicity has another epic blog tour coming up on the 20th of May and we need you. Do you like YA fantasy, want to have fun, drive traffic to your blog, support a wonderful author and win tons of prizes (including cash prizes AND a Kindle Fire) at the same time? ‘Course you do!
We’re touring two books in a YA Fantasy series by Thaddeus Nowak, Mother’s Curse and Daughter’s Justice. Review one, both, or neither. That’s right, you don’t even have to read the books to participate – although we’d love for you to do so. But if you decide not to review them, we will provide your choice of a pre-formatted excerpt, interview, or guest post to make participation easy.
About the books
Tradition holds that a mother who commits a mortal sin against the gods will be cursed with a daughter born a witch. Stephenie, the youngest princess of Cothel is just such a curse. Hostage to her mother’s will while her father and older brother fight a war two countries away, Stephenie must overcome her mother’s plots if she is to save her father, brother, and the many soldiers she trained with.
Fearful of her mother’s growing traitorous behavior, Stephenie must escape Antar Castle. But to do so, she might have to rely upon her hidden powers, risking others discovering she is a witch…a risk that would most certainly result in her death by burning. With the help of a select group of soldiers and an unexpected ally, she just might survive.
Stephenie has revealed to the world that she is a witch!The faithful followers of Felis and the other gods are now demanding that she be burned to prevent the spread of the demon god’s evil. However, another voice is rising up, declaring that she has already been cleansed of Elrin’s influence and that she is chosen by the gods; it is a claim Stephenie detests.
To make matters worse, her brother, who by rights of succession is now King, lacks the funds to pay his soldiers and keep control of Cothel. Their mother, having fled to Kynto with the treasury and war supplies, has emboldened some of the dukes and many of the barons to demand more control of the country in exchange for their support.
Can Stephenie avoid the fires of the followers of Felis and people she once called friend or will their claims of righteous anger overwhelm her support? And even if she avoids being burned alive, will her presence simply be the catalyst that plunges Cothel into a civil war?
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