#$0.99 #fantasy deals, and THE PRINCE’S PROTEGE’S first review is in! 5*

Fancy a new fantasy read?

While THE PRINCE’S MAN is on sale, I joined a short (2 weeks) $0.99 promo for fantasy novels, so I thought I’d share it with you – there are some great-looking books in a range of fantasy sub-genres.

Just click on the banner to take a look.

I’m also delighted to share with you the first Amazon review of THE PRINCE’S PROTEGE – whimsical, erudite, and downright quirky – I love it!

5.0 out of 5 stars
The Prince’s ProtΓ©gΓ© arrives
3 April 2019
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase

The book arrives: written and bound on board and paper, yet deserving the accolade of finer covers; maybe leather or perhaps Shagreen, gilt tooled and proud aboard the library shelves.

The words march brave across the page, each in its own space, clear of purpose and meaning , with punctuation decorating the sheets like the well trained prints of a prancing pony in the show ring.
Our hero stands tense-wired and wary on the first page, awaiting the narrative to commence, holding the door for those who’ve paid their coin. While beyond the door the plot thickens. Not the lumpy gruel you might well ken, but a fine silken sauce, strong spiced with fine black pepper.
So pay your coin, she’ll treat you fair, but ‘ware the darker paths: tread soft for what the noise might wake!
Watch the path, note your guide and you’ll be fine.
Buy the book … I’ll not read it for you!

 

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12 comments

  1. Oh, my! Now that’s the most fun I’ve had reading a review in … EVER. πŸ˜€ Lovely, Debby, and I promise your book is VERY, VERY near the top of my TBR pile. (Don’t tell a soul, but I cheated by moving it almost to the top as soon as it hit my Kindle!) Heading over to check out the Sci-Fi link now. Have a great week!! πŸ™‚

    1. Ooops. Nothing happens when I click on the link. A tab shows up at the top, but nothing beyond that. πŸ˜₯ ???

      1. Oh that’s really weird – it works for me. Here’s the link – try this: https://storyoriginapp.com/to/asAWMwxV

    2. Nothing happened again, so I tried it in Chrome and it popped right up. *sigh* I know a lot of sites don’t like Internet Explorer these days, but I prefer to use it when I can. And I especially don’t like Chrome, but am forced to use it for some things. When needs must, as they say. (Well, not here in the southern part of the U.S., where they are more inclined to say “If ya gotta, ya gotta.” πŸ˜€ ) At any rate, that explains what happened, and I’ll be taking a long look at these books, now that I’ve gotten access. Thanks, Debby! πŸ™‚

      1. Sigh, I have the same problem annoyingly often. Certain blogs I follow won’t let me comment in IE, but will in Chrome.
        Like you, I’m not a Chrome fan, but sometimes it’s the only thing that works 😦
        Glad you got there in the end.

      2. I’m glad I thought to try it! πŸ˜€ I guess it’s going to be happening more and more, so I need to remember to try it when I’m having trouble.

      3. Annoying , isn’t it?

  2. What a lovely review. Definitely by an inspired reader. Congratulations, Deborah–and as one who is about halfway through, well-deserved!

    1. Thank you Jacqui, and I’m thrilled you are enjoying it πŸ˜€

  3. That’s some kind of a review! Fab first start Deb!!! ❀

    1. Isn’t it just? ❀

      1. πŸ™‚ x

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