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Blog Tour: Release Day Blitz of The Man or the Monster (The Marghazar Trials #2) by Aamna Qureshi

     I am so excited that THE MAN OR THE MONSTER by Aamna Qureshi is available now and that I get to share the news!      If you haven’t yet heard about this wonderful book, be sure to check out all the details below.       This blitz also includes a giveaway for 2 finished copies of the graphic novel from Vault & Rockstar Book Tours . So if you’d like a chance to win, check out the giveaway info below. About The Book: Title:   THE MAN OR THE MONSTER (The Marghazar Trials #2) Author:  Aamna Qureshi Pub. Date:  August 30, 2022 Publisher:  CamCat Books Formats:  Hardcover, Paperback, eBook, Audiobook Pages:  320 Find it:   Goodreads ,  Amazon , Kindle , Audible , B&N ,  iBooks , Kobo ,  TBD , Order a signed copy directly from Aamna! Synopsis:  She made her decision. Now she has to live with it.      Durkhanai Miangul sealed her lover’s fate when she sent him through a door where either a lady or a lion awaited him. But her decision was only

Interview with Kate Forsyth

       A huge 'thank you' to author Kate Forsyth for taking the time to respond to this interview! In her latest book, 'The Crimson Thread', tells of the resistance on the Greek island of Crete during WWII. In this interview, Mrs. Forsyth tells of the very personal origins of the novel and the sometimes difficult but fun methods of the research on Greek culture. I hope you enjoy the insights into the world of Kate Forsyth! There are very few WWII stories that are set in Crete. What drew you to the setting? My great-uncle fought in the Battle of Crete and hearing the very dramatic story of his escape from the island when I was a child gave me a lifelong interest in Greece and its history and myths. Then a few years ago I bought an antiquarian copy of Nathanial Hawthorne’s Tanglewood Tales which reignited my interest. I began to do some  research, and  discovered the untold story of the brave women of the Cretan resistance and knew that was a story I wanted to tell.  The