Posts Tagged: The Goddess’s Choice

GUEST POST: Jamie Marchant – Author of The Goddess’s Choice

GUEST POST: Jamie Marchant – Author of The Goddess’s Choice

Jamie Marchant, author of The Goddess’s Choice, is hard at work on the sequel, tentatively titled  The Soul Stone. Her short fiction has been published in Bards & Sages, The World of Myth, and Short-story.me. One question I’m often asked is where do you get the ideas for your writing. My first published novel, The Goddess’s Choice—an adult sword and sorcery fantasy novel—originated deep within my childhood. My sister Jalane–she is ten years older than me–would tell me and my younger sister stories, fairy tales mostly:  “Midas and His Golden Touch,” “Little Red Riding Hood,” “Hanzel and Gretel.” But my favorite was always “The Princess and the Glass Hill” or “The Glass Mountain” as my sister titled it. Wendie and I would have her tell that story over and over again. I was captivated by the bold hero on his magical horses of bronze, silver, and gold.  As I got… Read more »

November 30, 2012 Uncategorized 0

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Interview With Jamie Marchant – Author of The Goddess’s Choice

Interview With Jamie Marchant – Author of The Goddess’s Choice

BUY ON AMAZON Samantha’s ability enables her to discern a person’s character through their multi-colored aura, and Robrek’s makes him the strongest healer the kingdom has seen in centuries. But their gifts also endanger their lives. Royals scheme to usurp the throne by marrying or killing Samantha, and priests plot to burn Robrek at the stake. Robrek escapes the priests only to be captured by Samantha’s arch-enemy, Duke Argblutal; Argblutal intends to force the princess to marry him by exploiting Robrek’s powers. To save their own lives and stop the realm from sinking into civil war, Robrek and Samantha must consolidate their powers and unite the people behind them. I would like to extend a warm New Adult Addiction welcome to Jamie Marchant, author of The Goddess’s Choice.  I love your cover – I’ve always been a sucker for Celtic design! (and horses!)  She was kind enough to drop by… Read more »

November 29, 2012 Uncategorized 0

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