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Monday, May 27, 2019

RRR presents... THE RAVEN COVEN by Emma Miles - AUTHOR Q&A + GIVEAWAY!

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Welcome back to Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers.

Today, we welcome Rachel's Random Resources as we shine the spotlight on a new Science Fiction/Fantasy title ready and waiting for your reading pleasure!  From the sound of things, it's gonna be REALLY good, but don't just take my word for it.  First, we'll spotlight...then we'll chitchat for a moment with the author....lastly, there's a giveaway!  Sound good?  Let's go!  Ready, set, read all about today's title in the spotlight...

The Raven Coven
Emma Miles

About the book...
Kesta had left her heart across the sea. They were at peace, her people saved from slavery, and yet… her soul was uneasy.

Chem lies in chaos, its people suffering as a result of the death of the ruling sorcerers. Refugees flee the cursed Borrows, begging for help from those they had made their enemy. A Queen unknowingly makes a dark, deadly pact, and new powers rise to fill the seats left empty by the Dunham necromancers.



Q&A with Author Emma Miles!

1)  Let's face it, we're in a NOW NOW NOW sort of world, and catching someone's attention can be rough. For the time conscious, describe THE RAVEN COVEN in TEN WORDS or less...

A thrilling tale of unbreakable friendship, darkness, and sacrifice.

2)  Life often inspires fiction. Tell us, does the world of Chem or any of its inhabitants have real world ties?

Elden has influences from medieval Europe in terms of its geography and society, and the Borrows some similarities to the Nordic Viking coast. The Fulmers and Chem are entirely fictional though, and in the case of Chem that’s a very good thing!

3)  Writing can be a passion discovered in youth, or something stumbled upon later in life. Did you always dream of becoming a writer?

I didn’t dream of being a writer as such, in that it wasn’t something as a child I’d considered as a career. I have always been a writer though, it’s something I was born with; it’s in my soul.

4)  If you could go back in time and write any famous work, which would you choose to call your own and why?

I don’t think I would. Every writer has their own style and their own stories to tell, I would much rather write my own work and enjoy that of others. I’d consider writing George RR Martin’s next book in the Song of Ice and fire series though as I’ve been waiting for it a very long time!

5)  Quid pro quo. I'll supply the sentence fill in the blank. Ready? GO!

a) Favorite color... Purple
b) Favorite flower... Daffodil
c) Favorite season... Autumn
d) Favorite author/book of the moment... Terry Pratchett’s Thud
e) When I'm not writing, I can be found... Unfortunately, mostly at work, but when I can I’m out with my camera photographing wildlife.


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About the author...

I presently live in the stunning county of Dorset where I’m a cat slave to Wolfe and Piglitt. I spend as much time as I can outside in nature and love exploring and learning about new cultures and languages. I’ve visited Greece, Serbia, Transylvania, Sicily and Norway as well as making several road trips around our beautiful United Kingdom. I paint, sculpt, dabble in photography and do a little archery but most of all – whenever I get a chance – I write.

My writing started from a very young age when I often found myself being the one taking charge of and entertaining all my younger cousins. They loved to hear my stories and although they mostly called for ghost stories it was fantasy I fell in love with when I read The Lord of the Rings when I was ten. I went on to write stories and short ‘books’ for my friends through school and college; then one evening whilst I was waiting for my aunt and uncle to visit an image came to my mind of a boy sitting beneath a bridge. I didn’t know who he was or why he was there, but from exploring those questions ‘The Wind’s Children’ trilogy blossomed and grew with roots going back into his far history as well as stretching out to his future. The boy’s name was Tobias.

I have since left Tobias's world of 'Naris' to explore the Valley with Feather in the 'Hall of Pillars' which is now available through Amazon. I am now presently finding my way through Elden, the beautiful Fulmer islands, the ravaged Borrows and haunted Chem with Kesta Silene; a shamaness of sorts with a big journey ahead of her. I hope you come along to share her story and join her adventure; she needs you and you won't regret it.


(1) of 3 Paperback copies of The Raven Coven
(Open INT)


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Special thanks to Rachel at Rachel's Random Resources for the chance to bring this reveal to you as well as to author Emma Miles for indulging my curious mind. (THANKS!) For more information on this title, the author, this promotion, or those on the horizon, feel free to click through the links provided above. Be sure to check out the rest of the tour as it makes its way through the blogosphere...

Until next time, remember...if it looks good, READ IT!

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