Wow! What an awesome and exciting tour this has been! Did you miss an interview or book review?
No worries! Below is a short recap of all the fun reviews and interviews (with links).
First up, a great and thought-out review of Heirs from blogger and writer, Ivie Brooks!
“You’ve got epic journeys and sacrifice. This is probably a fantasy bookworm’s dream.”
“My characters make their own decisions and my role is just to record those as faithfully as I can.” This was a great and encouraging guest post on author Gillian Bronte Adams’ blog about choices and redemption. “Ripples in an Unfolding Story.”
If Joan could enter Tirragyl, where would she go and who would she visit? Also curious what’s in store next? Find out in this interview on Unicorn Quester!
Lastly, a wonderful review of Heirs at Sarah, Plain & Average, where she would recommend it to all her “fantasy-loving friends!”
It’s chock-full of adventure, a wee bit of romance, magic, and intriguing characters.
Enjoy watching book trailers? Here’s one to whet your appetite for Heirs of Tirragyl.
Many thanks to the bloggers who participated in this tour and Joan for giving readers an inside scoop about Heirs of Tirragyl.
Want to know more about the book or where you can purchase it? Scroll down to read more!
About the Book
Love live the queen . . . ?
Since birth, Nyla has shared everything with her twin brother–royal tutors, the right to the throne of Tirragyl… even their soul. Many believe it wholly belongs to Alexor and should be returned to him regardless of the sacrifice–Nyla’s death. However, her future isn’t the only one in question.
A threat looms over the kingdom. The influential Lord Lucian intends to seize the Grotto, an underworld settlement known for harboring fugitives. And if legend is to be believed, it is also the hiding place of the most powerful of objects, the Guardian Rock. As Nyla fights for her life, she realizes she’s not only a soul heir but also the sole hope for the kingdom’s survival.
About the Author
Joan Campbell is notoriously bad at finishing things but, ever since she found the key to the portal, she’s been escaping into worlds far more intriguing than her own. In her word-spun worlds, magic can be harnessed, kings and queens rule supreme and ancient books contain coveted secrets. Her characters face division, danger, their own fallible natures and—ultimately—grace. While her husband and two daughters have learned to fend for themselves, a hungry whine or meow inevitably breaks the spell and brings Joan back to her everyday life in Johannesburg, South Africa. Here Joan wields a tennis racket instead of a longbow and trains writers instead of warriors, knowing full well that the pen is mightier than the sword. Chains of Gwyndorr was a gold medallist in the 2017 Illumination Book Awards.