Friday, November 25, 2016

Attention all readers! Thanksgiving/Black Friday Sale for "Song of the Sword"

Hullo all! I hope you had a most delightful Thanksgiving this year. ♥
As with this time of year come sales of all shapes and sizes, today I have a sale to announce, and a Thanksgiving gift.
A good friend of mine and fellow author, Hope Ann, is hosting this sale for her Rapunzel retelling, "Song of the Sword". I love her writing--it's so captivating! So if you enjoy a good fairy tale retelling, read on!
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Hope Ann is a Christian fantasy author who is currently writing a series of novellas retelling fairy tales. And, until the end of November, she is offering an exclusive Song of the Sword wallpaper in three different formats. One for computer, one for an iPad, and one for an iPhone. All you have to do is sign up for her newsletter and you’ll get your free wallpapers! Click here to sign up.

And now, onto the sale. . .
Song of the Sword

A glittering sword.

An ancient oath.

A blackened rose.

And a melody which ties it all together.

When Evrard and Roinette, twins separated at birth, are overtaken by events swirling from centuries past, they are forced into a battle beyond their own limited powers. With their ability to walk in the melody realm, catching glimpses of the light and darkness underlying Aslaria, comes even more danger.

Deadly mistbenders. Writhing walls of blankness. Hateful drumbeats. As a warrior in the Melody, Evrard has seen it all. But his own ability in the melody realm pales in comparison to the Prince’s melody, the legendary prowess of past Wingmasters, and even the depth of his sister’s song.

To rescue Roinette and evade the trap almost certainly set for him by those who want his power, Evrard knows he’ll have to be careful. Even if he can find the Wingmaster’s sword, there’s no assurance he’ll be able to defeat a mistbender on his own. And, in the end, will his and Roinette’s efforts matter if the Prince brings an ancient oath to fulfillment, shaking the very foundation of Aslaria?

The above picture is fairly self-explanatory. If you buy Song of the Sword on Thanksgiving or Black Friday, you can upload your receipt in this form and Hope will email you a set of three Song of the Sword themed wallpapers (three each for three different sizes of electronic). And no, this does not include the one you will get if you sign up for her newsletter.

As a bonus, Hope will send you a coupon for a free beta read of up to 4000 words or she will design up to 50 pages of an ebook for you! All you have to do is upload your receipt or a screenshot of your receipt in the form linked below and you’ll get your free gifts sent out as soon as possible (either the night or the day after you uploaded your receipt).

So, if any of this sparked your interest, check out her retelling of Rapunzel for only $2.99 and submit your receipt for your free wallpaper and coupon!

How has your November been? Christmas will be here in one month! Have you read any good books recently? Done anything exciting? I'd love hear from you!

Yours sincerely, 
S. F.

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Hullo there, friend! I am thrilled you are here. :)
Comments are always such a blessing.
Just remember Colosians 3:23–24: “And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men; … for ye serve the Lord Christ.”
To God be the Glory!
~ S. F.