Wednesday, June 15, 2016

The Healer's Rune Book Blast

Blurb:
Three hundred years after a great war shattered the Council of Races, the warriors of Rüddan have all but eradicated their cousins, the faerie Aethel. In so doing, they decimated the Dryht sages and enslaved mortal Humanity. Now a voice rises above the chaos and calls her people to rebel. Young Sabine, one of the Human slaves, must learn to overcome centuries of lies and prejudice to forge an alliance between four enemy races. But what chance does she stand to overthrow the Rüddan with her dangerous secret, a secret that threatens not only her own life but the existence of all the races on the planet?


Excerpt:
Wiping a tear from her cheek, Sabine stood on tiptoe again.  Three guards surrounded Mariel now, shearing away jagged clumps of her long black hair while the captain moved to the front of the dais.  “Mariel Brockselle has been tried and found guilty of magic use and conspiring with the Dryht.  For these treasons, she is hereby sentenced to death by the Empress of all Kirin Roh.  Let this be an example to any who would emulate her.”

“Treason and magic use are easy to claim,” Sabine muttered under her breath, “and almost impossible to disprove.  I wonder what she really did.”


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Author Bio and Links:
Lauricia Matuska has taught high school literature and creative writing classes for more than ten years. She first discovered the realm of fantasy by traveling with Lucy through the wardrobe to Narnia. Since then, she has established dual-residency between that world and this one, and she currently serves as an ambassador to contemporary youth and young adults. The Healer’s Rune is the first novel in her Ceryn Roh trilogy.


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3 comments:

  1. Good morning. Thanks so much for having me. I'm thrilled to be here.

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  2. Thank you for the excerpt! It sounds interesting.

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