Crooked Cat Books promo: historical adventures
Over the next few months, Crooked Cat Publishing will be having themed weekly promo events – this week, it’s the turn of historical adventures, with Tim Taylor, Nancy Jardine and Emma Rose Millar, all of who I’m delighted to say have previously graced the pages of my blog.
Follow the link to find out more, or re-read what they had to say about their books and writing processes.
This week on Crooked Cat Books you’ll find three excellent 5* examples of entertaining, fast-paced historical adventures: Tim Taylor‘s Zeus of Ithome; The Beltane Choice by Nancy Jardine and Emma Rose Millar‘s Five Guns Blazing!
Go back in time and escape the Spartans, fight the Romans, and sail the High Seas with dashing pirates!
Brush up on your ancient history! Sparta reigns over Greece, yet there is unrest beginning to stir in Tim Taylor‘s 5* “first class read”, Zeus of Ithome! If you enjoy quality historical fiction, this one is for you.
Three Hundred Years of Slavery. Greece, 373 BC. For three centuries, the Messenian people have been brutally subjugated by their Spartan neighbours and forced to work the land as helot slaves. Diocles, a seventeen-year-old helot, has known no other life but servitude.
After an encounter with Spartan assassins, he is forced to flee, leaving behind…
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Posted on January 26, 2016, in Historical fiction, History, Interview, Writing and tagged book sale, Crooked Cat Publishing, Emma Rose Millar, Historical adventure, Historical fiction, Nancy Jardine, Tim E Taylor, writing. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.