Thursday, May 02, 2013

Faizah's Destiny - RELEASE DAY!

The gods are at war and only a farmer’s daughter can save the world from Armageddon.

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Release Blog Tour Schedule:

I'll be Visiting These Blogs In May:
TODAY! 3rd - Penny Ehrenkranz: All about ancient Persian female warriors.
4th - Book Trailer on this blog
5th - Charlotte Henley Babb: Charlotte takes on the middle-eastern deities.
6th - Ardyth DeBruyn: Master Wafai visits Ardyth's blog.
7th - Childrens and Teens Book Connection: I interview Faizah's companions, Parvaiz, Harib, and Bahaar.
8th - Natalie Wright: The Simurgh, all-knowing bird of legend.
9th - Sue Perkins: Sue bravely faces the demons from the tale.
10th - Rebecca Ryals Russell - Spell Bindings: I interview Faizah.
11th - Lorrie Struiff: A bit of a Q-and-A.

Book Blurb

The village magician has gone missing.  His four pupils think he has left a clue to his whereabouts in the Magicalis Bestialis--the book of magical creatures.  They must seek the help of the elusive Simurgh, the mythical birds who know all the secrets of the universe.

However, this is not an easy camping trip into the mountains.  Spirits, gods, and demons confront the four friends, who are not aware they’re being set up by otherworldly forces for a much larger task.

A farmer’s daughter, Faizah is chosen to lead the humans in the battle. She must persuade a slave, an orphan, and a rich merchant’s son to join in the battle on the side of good. Although divided by Dev, the evil god of war, the teens must band together to find the Simurgh, rescue their teacher, and stave off Armageddon.

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  1. Sounds exciting, Marva. Faizah's task is a most challenging and archetypal one. Sounds like a fun read.

  2. OMG, Marva, we cannot have a drought of comments! Let's see, if the book is as intriguing as the blurb, no doubt, this will be an exciting adventure. Best of luck with your new release.


  3. Oh my goodness. I hope reminders are going out everyday. You know my memory.

    Lots of luck on the tour. I hope you get many comments and new readers. This book shouldn't be missed.