THE FOREST WITCH
I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the THE FOREST WITCH by Britt Laux Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. Check out my post and make sure to enter the giveaway!
About The Book:
Title: THE FOREST WITCH (Tales of Unara, Book One)
Author: Britt Laux
Pub. Date: February 1, 2021
Publisher: Magic and Moons Press
Formats: Paperback, eBook
A warrior, her witch, and the spark that ignites a war.
Lanira na Caliri never expected to find a human in the North Forest of Unara, let alone a witch. When she discovers Siobhan unconscious by the portal that leads to her world, she soon learns of a prophecy that foretold her coming. A warning that a daughter of Unara will bring destruction upon the realm. The reign of blood will come again unless Lanira can stop it. With the little witch by her side, Lanira embarks on a journey across the clans of Unara to unite the people and save her realm from the Dark Karika’s return at all costs. Even if she must risk losing herself to the mysterious Minra na Goran in the process.
Top 5 favorite books.
This is always such a difficult choice. In the past, I’ve separated indie books from traditionally published books when compiling favorites. Not because I think indies are sub-par or separate, but because I think they deserve more attention than they get.
However, I’ll pare it down to my top five favorites for the sake of brevity.
Les Miserables (Victor Hugo) is my most favorite book, and I went through a phase in my twenties where I read it every year. The rambling sentences, unnecessary chapters and details, the melodramatic love story. I adore every word of it.
Moira by Nix Damon. This book set the bar for indie books, in my opinion. So much love and care has been put into this book and the world building. The main character is completely unlikable, but still relatable, and I’m pretty sure I could be straight for Rafe.
Jane Eyre. Another book I like to read over and over again.
The Pastel Effect by Arly Carmack. This book resonated with me on all levels. It holds a special place in my heart.
And if I have to pick another favorite, it would be The Hunger Games (the whole series).
Britt is an Ohio-based author and editor, and parent to three. They are inspired by the baby forest they live in, often found wandering through the trees thinking up new stories. You can catch them on Instagram – almost constantly – @authorbrittlaux or @magicandmoonspress, where they share inspiration for other indies.
1 winner will win a character art print, a custom candle, a signed paperback of THE FOREST WITCH, and a bookmark, US Only.
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