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The teen sorceress who dares stand up to a dictator: SIX SENTENCE SUNDAY

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thecrimsonleagueSoon, Six Sentence Sunday posts will start focusing on “The King’s Sons,” Book III in the Herezoth Trilogy set to release on May 31. Today, though, I’m highlighting “The Crimson League,” which will be FREE on amazon.com tomorrow, April 22, through April 24.

This is the perfect opportunity to download Book I and catch up on what’s happening in the trilogy so you can snag the final installment at release time!

“The Crimson League” tells the story of teen sorceress, Kora Porteg, and her fight against Herezoth’s sorcerer-dictator, Zalski Forzythe. But how, exactly, does Zalski judge the opposition?

The statement caught the younger sorceress off-guard, but she said, “I’m Kora, yes.” With a grimace, Wilhem forced himself to stand straighter.

“Zalski’s done his research on you. He knows you’ll want revenge for your father’s death, for the Foden murders. He fears what you might become, Kora. When he learned you were part of the raid that stole that list, his anger was unimaginable.”

Make sure you catch “The Crimson League” tomorrow, while it’s free. And please, spread the word to your reader friends and fantasy fans who might be interested! Harry Potter was a huge influence on the Herezoth novels, and reviews have compared “The Crimson League” to “The Hunger Games,” so fans of those franchises should really enjoy taking a trip to Herezoth.

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Author: Victoria Grefer

Victoria is a New Orleans girl, born and raised, with an appreciation for the charm of the Deep South. She has a bachelor's degree in Spanish and English and a master's degree in Spanish literature, all from the University of Alabama. From the age of six she dreamed of becoming a writer, and her writing career begin in the third grade with a series of stories about herself and her friends solving mysteries. She self-published the Herezoth trilogy between 2012 and 2014 and is working on its second edition. She is soon to be a graduate student of theology.

3 thoughts on “The teen sorceress who dares stand up to a dictator: SIX SENTENCE SUNDAY

  1. I downloaded The Crimson League while it was free and this makes me want to move it up on my virtual TBR pile.

    Also, there’s an internet meme going around, a major award if you will, and I’ve nominated you for it. Congratulations?

  2. I downloaded The Crimson League when it was free, and this makes me want to move it up in my virtual TBR pile.

    Also, there’s an internet meme going around, a major award if you will, and I’ve nominated you for it. Congratulations?

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