Can they escape the stigma of their past and survive in this New World? This historical fiction trilogy is a fun adventure in a Pre-Revolutionary War setting. It follows fictional characters through an actual timeline and is packed full of real people, places and events.
This novel is appropriate for young adults and beyond.
Please note: There are two versions of this novel, one for adults and one that has been adapted to be the first in a trilogy of novels for young adults. If you spend your booty on this, you're buying the young version, yarrr. The author tells an entertaining and intriguing story that could pass as non-fiction, it is so well researched and accurately descriptive of the people, politics, rule of law, communities and living conditions of the times.
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The full press release listing all the long-listed works is below—congratulations …. However, only a limited number of people were able to see it ….
Pirates of Savannah: Book One, Sold in Savannah (Pirates of Savannah (Young Adult Version) 1) - Kindle edition by Tarrin P. Lupo, Scott A. Motley, Sandie Britt. Pirates of Savannah Trilogy: Book OneSold in SavannahFollow a group. I am happy to say that I am just as pleased with the Young Adult version as I was with .
The mass-market paperback version of Worldshaper comes out in August, and DAW Books has taken the opportunity to redesign the front cover, to tie it in more closely with Master of the World, Book 2, which comes out in September. It also now boasts about the Publishers Weekly starred review, which I heartily approve of.
A great review of my collection of fantastical poetry, I Tumble Through the Diamond Dust, illustrated by my niece, Wendi Nordell, is now online, after previously appearing only in print in Resource Links, which reviews books for school libraries. Read previous newsletters.
An hour-long conversation with Tim Pratt, author of more than twenty novels most recently the Axiom space-opera series, Philip K.
Award, and the Shirley Jackson Award. An hour-long conversation with Shelley Adina, author of twenty-four novels published by Harlequin, Warner, and Hachette, and more than a dozen more published by Moonshell Books, Inc. As Charlotte Henry she writes the Rogues of St.
A in-depth interview with Dr. Charles E.
An hour-long interview with John C. An hour-long conversation with Eric Flint, New York Times-bestselling author of the Ring of Fire alternate-history series, which began with , and more than 50 other science-fiction and fantasy novels, both on his own and in collaboration, as well as many pieces of short fiction and dozens of anthologies. Made with by Graphene Themes.
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