Yes, another cover reveal so soon. Which means another book coming!
Shadows of the Hersweald is the third novella in the Legends of Light series by Hope Ann. It’s a Hansel and Gretel retelling, something that isn’t seen so often.
After her wonderful reimgining of Rapunzel in Song of the Sword, I’m really excited for this. I’ve had the priviledge of beta reading some of hope’s other books and she’s a brilliant author. but you don’t want to hear more about Hope, you want to see the cover. But first you must know more about the book.
A battered soldier from a defeated army, Haydn knows the only end to the arrival of the Prince’s governor is chains, followed by punishment and possible execution. Except he hasn’t counted on the Prince himself. Or the pardon which his recent foe has declared to acquit all those who fought against him.
A pardon Haydn detests.
A pardon that refuses to punish the rebels now threatening his own village. And his sister.
Guilt-ridden from his own actions during the war, Haydn knows there are others who have no conscience at all. Others who are using the freedom of the pardon to forward their own desperate schemes.
With enemies closing in on all sides, a pardon that refuses punishment for the rebellion, and nightmares of murder and fire hovering in the back of Haydn’s every thought, can he save the only ones left he cares about before it is too late?
Find out in Shadows of the Hersweald!
And now the actual cover in all its glory…
This gorgeous cover, by the way, was created by a good friend of Hope’s who just started a blog which you can find here.
Oh, and Hope has something else that I haven’t had time to watch myself, but I’m looking forward to. The book trailer for Shadows of the Hersweald!
Hope Ann is a Christian wordsmith, avid reader, and dedicated authoress. Her time is taken up with writing, reading, archery, knife throwing, creating writing prompts, helping care for the house and eight younger siblings, and generally enjoying the adventures of life on a small farm at the crossroads of America. She has self-published fairy tale retellings on Amazon and is currently working on several projects including a fantasy novel and futuristic trilogy. You can find out more about Hope and her work at authorhopeann.com.
I’ll probably have amother post up later this week, but until I’ve got the new website running and figured out what the new normal for my life is, it will be a little erratic. I am hoping to do some kind of serial story though.
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