Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Follow the Yellow Brick Road



Lions and Tigers and Dragons?...OH MY! In true Dorothy fashion E.C. Stilson takes us to another world in her new book, "The Sword of Seneck." Written as a form of grief therapy to help her children understand the loss of her first child, this story is anything but sad. Full of adventure and page turning excitement, it is the perfect story to share with your children, your grandchildren or the kid next door. Here is a teaser from her book:

"Aliya Fisher knows nothing about her true heritage until a vindictive sorceress kidnaps her brother and sister. The young adventurer must take up her birthright, battle strange creatures, and find the Sword of Senack if she hopes to best the witch. But even if Aliya finds the famed weapon and survives the perilous oceanic journey, the enchantress is far more than she appears. How does one defeat an immortal who lusts for revenge?"


To purchase this book please go here:

The Sword of Senack (The Mer-son Cycle)

 

To  find out more about the author visit her blog The Crazy Life of a Writing Mom , you are sure to fall in love with her, laugh and cry with her and discover something about yourself along the way.

 

Come back again tomorrow for more tales about the Norse Gods. Who is your favorite and why?

 

7 comments:

Pk Hrezo said...

Aw sounds like a lot of fun! Thanks for sharing! :)

Craziness abounds said...

Great review my friend! Mine will be up in a few. (As soon as I get hubs out the door and on his way to work!) Have a great day!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Sounds like it was really good therapy.

Gossip_Grl said...

I left you the Vesitile Blogger gift, if you want it pop over. Sorry I didn't get to it yesterday I had a family emergency

Bossy Betty said...

Thanks for mentioning this book and her blog! Looks like good stuff!

Elisabeth Hirsch said...

Thank you so much, Siv. :) I tweeted this ;)

Gossip_Grl said...

Thanks for sharing this. : ) My fave is Norns – Urd “fate”, Skuld “being” and Verandi “necessity” because these three are goddesses of destiny.