Friday, March 9, 2012

Author News: Sophie Perinot, Alisa Jeruconoka, and T W Fendley

 Author News:

Sophie Perinot

You may recall back in July Sophie Perinot was gracious enough to do an interview here on The Write Time.  Well this week her new book, The Sister Queens has debuted.
Sophie writes historical fiction.  Here is a link to her blog where she discusses the launch of her book.

Five out of five apples for The Sister Queens check out the review.

Patient, perfect, and used to being first, Marguerite becomes Queen of France. But Louis IX is a religious zealot who denies himself the love and companionship his wife craves. Can she borrow enough of her sister's boldness to grasp her chance for happiness in a forbidden love?

Passionate, strong-willed, and stubborn, Eleanor becomes Queen of England. Henry III is a good man, but not a good king. Can Eleanor stop competing with her sister and value what she has, or will she let it slip away?

The Sister Queens is historical fiction at its most.

Good luck Sophie.

BTW, she has agreed to return for a follow up interview.  

T W Fendley

TW Fendley, fellow Blog Ring of Power member has her book Zero Time in the spotlight this month.  Jump over to her blog to see what is going on.

Check back here because I'll have a review on Zero Time.

As Zero Time nears, only Keihla Benton can save two worlds from the powers of Darkness. But first she must unlock the secrets of Machu Picchu and her own past.
Xmucane leads an expedition to Earth to overcome a genetic flaw that threatens the people of Omeyocan with extinction, but she soon finds herself involved in a very personal battle that pits mother against daughter and sister against sister. With the help of the time-traveling Great Serpent Quetzalcoatl, she leaves the Southern Temples to arrive in present-day Machu Picchu as the expedition’s time-window closes.  
When Philadelphia science writer Keihla Benton joins an archeological team at Machu Picchu, she learns the Andean prophesies about 2012 have special meaning for her. Only she can end the cycle of Darkness that endangers Earth at the end of the Mayan calendar. As she uncovers secrets from the past, which threaten her life and those she loves, Keihla struggles to keep the powerful Great Crystal from the Lord of Darkness and his consort.
Xmucane and Keihla work together as Earth and Omeyocan near alignment with the galaxy’s dark heart for the first time in 26,000 years. They must seize the last chance to restore the cycle of Light to Earth and return to the Pleiades with a cure, no matter what the cost to their hearts.

Alisa Jeruconoka

Alisa also has some exciting news.   Unparallel Worlds is now available.  She also did an interview here on The Write Time.  I returned the favor and answered a few questions for an interview on her blog, Unparallel Worlds

‘Unparallel Worlds’ is a richly imagined fantasy fiction novel I have written, based on a multi-dimensional planet called Adriana that’s full of strange and colourful characters. Two laws, the law of Light and the law of Darkness govern this planet.

If happiness is a state of mind and balance is a game of what happens when the worlds of Light and Darkness collide on Adriana then light and darkness are not always what they seem?
In this story you will experience many turns, twists and revelations. The main players get caught up in something that’s bigger than anything they have ever imagined.

The book is a true page- turner where you the reader will be taken on a ride that leads to Earth, you will fall in love with the characters, the story and the world of Adriana.


BBC said...

Hooray for Sophie!!

T.W. Fendley said...

Dean - thanks so much for the spotlight. I'm glad to be among such good company...CONGRATS to both Sophie and Alisa. Your books look WONDERFUL!
And I got to find out a little about you, Dean, at Alisa's site. Worked on space shuttles, huh? Yeah, I'd call that interesting. :)

Precy Larkins said...

Yay, Sophie!

Btw, I tagged you in a meme (since you tagged me in one. Hehehe!)