Hi all! It is my huge pleasure to welcome N.R. Williams to my blog. She’s dropped by to tell us more about her book, Treasures of Carmelidrium. She is a wonderful person and a great blogger, so don’t hesitate to go over there and say hi. Give her lots of love. 😉
But before I give over to her, I want to say thanks to all 300 of my bloggy friends. I feel very honored and humbled to know that my posts are reaching so many people. I hope that you all find some value in what I have to say.
To say thank you, I will host my first ever giveaway!
Nancy has been kind enough to let me give Treasures of Carmelidrium to one lucky bloggy friend.
For 1 entry, all you need to do is leave a comment.
For 1 bonus point: Answer this question: If you could go to another world, what would you take with you and why?
Then: 1 bonus point each if you link me to your tweet/blog/wherever else where you spread the word.
Closing date is 9 March.
OK… Take it away Nancy!
Thank you, Misha, for letting me grace your blog to talk about my newly released e-book, The Treasures of Carmelidrium.
My book is an epic fantasy. It begins here in the state of Colorado, U.S.A., when my heroine, Missie, performs her flute in the University auditorium for a mid-term grade. Her professor is unusually fond of her and delays her departure. Afterwards, she accompanies her friend to the student union, a campus hang-out with food.
This scene is designed to do three things. Introduce Missie to the readers as an unusually talented musician. It gives a foreshadow of things to come when her professor grabs her arm to stall her departure and it shows how Missie feels about the opposite sex when her friend tries to set her up with a blind date.
Missie is so focused on her goals that everything else in her life is on hold. The last thing she wants is to be side tracked into a medieval world with a dashing and charismatic prince. In the beginning, she doesn’t accept any of it as real, but soon learns that it is as real as anything in her life.
She is attacked by the symberveen, a monster with psychic powers to send nightmares and disable their victims. Ravens have a habit of dive bombing her and to peck away. Nasty little birdies. Unicorns visit to give a little help now and then. Giant eagles decide, Missie, looks yummy. (That may not be totally accurate, hehe). The elves are mysterious and show up unexpectedly. The villain is an obsessive, jealous guy with lots of darkness creeping about the corners of his mind. So, what’s a girl to do? The flute holds many answers for, Missie.
If I have succeeded to make you curious, you can read the first chapter on my blog. You’ll see it in the pages section. I’ve also posted all the reviews I’ve found so far.
I’ll stop by all day to read your comments and respond.
N. R. Williams (Nancy)
Thank you for stopping by, Nancy.
So, ladies and gents, I know I am very interested to see what happens to Missie. Aren’t you? So get creative and maximise your entries! I can’t wait to see what you all come up with. ^_^