Friday, August 22, 2014

Now scheduling a one week tour for Serpent on a Cross by Wendy C. Garfinkle

Now scheduling a one week tour for Serpent on a Cross by Wendy C. Garfinkle

This tour will run September 22-29 (weekdays only)

I am scheduling reviews, guest blogs, interviews, and spotlight stops

pdf, epub and mobi formats available for reviewers 

To participate in this tour please send:

Your blog name and url

A couple suggested dates during the tour

Type of stop you wish to host

Please let me know if you wish to review

Serpent on a Cross       
Book One
Wendy C. Garfinkle

Genre:  Medieval Fantasy/ Jewish Fantasy

Publisher:  Booktrope Publishing
Date of Publication:   September 2, 2014


Number of pages:  176

Cover Artist:  Loretta Matson

Book Description: 

Dennah Dubrovnika is a formidable hunter and talented healer. However, she cannot control her own powers, which have suddenly reawakened in the aftermath of her mother’s violent capture by a powerful warlord who destroyed their village in his wake. As she races to free her mother, Dennah is accompanied by Jeth, the man she loves. But she’s increasingly, inexorably drawn to the mysterious Skallon who is allied with her greatest enemy.

Will Dennah be able to gain a measure of control over her magic or will she lose everything and everyone she loves to its raging inferno?

Serpent on a Cross is Book One in a Jewish fantasy adventure series set in Medieval Eastern Europe.

Available at Amazon and BN

About the Author:

Wendy C. Garfinkle was born and raised in South Florida. She moved to Northwest Texas in her early 20s, but returned to South Florida eight years later. She holds five degrees, including MA and MFA in Creative Writing from Wilkes University. She’s a poet, reading addict, and collector of interesting clothing tags, which she recycles into bookmarks.

She has served as a copy editor and reader for Hippocampus Magazine, an online nonfiction lit journal, and as a reader for the James Jones First Novel Fellowship. Wendy is a crime analyst for a local law enforcement agency, and lives with her teenage son.

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