It’s finally ready. The sequel to my best-selling Catholic historical fiction novel Sword and Serpent about Saint George, Saint Christopher, Saint Nicholas, and Constantine is ready for printing.
The title of the new book is The Tenth Region of the Night: Sword and Serpent Book II. I’ll be sharing cover art soon.
The title refers to an Egyptian myth about a serpent that is killed just before the dawn of the day – at the tenth region of the night. Book II begins in Egypt with Jurian (Saint George) meeting Aikaterina (the historical Saint Catherine of Alexandria). The new book features Constantine (as in Sword and Serpent) and includes Saint Helen his mother and a number of newly included saints.
In my opinion, Book 2 is better than Sword and Serpent Book 1!
My publication team will be choosing 200 “Tenth Region Launch Team” readers who will receive an advanced free digital before the publication date and their name printed in the back of the book with a thank you message from me.
Here is who we are looking for in our Launch Team:
- Readers who have read Sword and Serpent Book 1 already
- Readers who can read the book in about 1 week
- Readers who are willing to promote the book with a tweet or Facebook or Instagram post
- Readers who are willing to write a review on Amazon.com
- Readers who won’t share or publish their advanced digital copy to the public
So if you’d like to get an advanced copy and read it before the book is published for the public (and have your name printed in the book), please apply using this form:
I look forward to sending out a free copy to you!
PS: Palabra press in Madrid Spain is about to release the Spanish translation of Sword and Serpent Book 1 – La Espada y La Serpient. If you know any Spanish speakers who love Catholic fiction, please tell them about this upcoming release!