Okay, I was going to post last night. I was going to talk about all the stuff I had going on. But my publisher graciously threw me a launch party in Ann Arbor for the book, which was a fun and fabulous evening. So fabulous that when I got home I was too pooped to blog. I just couldn’t do it.
But it’s official. The Youngest Templar: Keeper of the Grail is on sale everywhere! So make sure you rush out to the bookstore or click on your favorite online retailer and order your copy! Preferably this weekend. Everyone wants a first edition! Right?
We also got some more great reviews. The Bulletin for the Center of Children’s Books said “the twelfth-century setting and the complex war wherein both sides believe they are fighting holy battles are carefully described from the viewpoint of the inexperienced protagonist, thus ensuring a complete picture that never feels like exposition or a history lesson. Tristan(s)…memorable narration will certainly please readers who like their squires as compelling as the knights they serve.”
And VOYA had this to say: “…readers are likely to be swept up by the realistic, yet not especially graphic battle scenes. The bantering antagonism between Robard Hode and maiden Maryam is meant to provide comic relief while hinting at a revision of the Robin Hood legend.”
Watch for the full reviews to be posted on the website soon!
So I’m feeling pretty good about things. Also, I mentioned in earlier posts but you can find interviews and guest blogs at these locations.
Thanks for your support and Happy Reading!
I’m just sayin!