New Book Release: A Song of War

Please join me in congratulating Christian Cameron, Libbie Hawker, Kate Quinn, Vicky Alvear Shecter, Stephanie Thornton, SJA Turney, and Russell Whitfield on the publication of A Song of War: A Novel of Troy! This is the third fantastic collaboration on a novel in parts by the H-Team, and my second time offering them some copyediting assistance. It is such an honor to be entrusted by these amazing authors whom I admire so much. (Pick up this book along with A Day of Fire: A Novel of Pompeii and A Year of Ravens: A Novel of Boudica's Rebellion. You won't be disappointed!) Here's the book description:

Troy: city of gold, gatekeeper of the east, haven of the god-born and the lucky, a city destined to last a thousand years. But the Fates have other plans—the Fates, and a woman named Helen. In the shadow of Troy's gates, all must be reborn in the greatest war of the ancient world: slaves and queens, heroes and cowards, seers and kings . . . and these are their stories.

A young princess and an embittered prince join forces to prevent a fatal elopement.

A tormented seeress challenges the gods themselves to save her city from the impending disaster.

A tragedy-haunted king battles private demons and envious rivals as the siege grinds on.

A captured slave girl seizes the reins of her future as two mighty heroes meet in an epic duel.

A grizzled archer and a desperate Amazon risk their lives to avenge their dead.

A trickster conceives the greatest trick of all.

A goddess' son battles to save the spirit of Troy even as the walls are breached in fire and blood.

Seven authors bring to life the epic tale of the Trojan War: its heroes, its villains, its survivors, its dead. Who will lie forgotten in the embers, and who will rise to shape the bloody dawn of a new age? 

A Song of War is available now in ebook and print editions on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and iTunes. Add it to your shelves on Goodreads, visit the H-Team's Facebook page, and check out the blog tour. I'll have an interview with the authors on my blog, Let Them Read Books, on November 8th.

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