Free give-away of Amy Blake’s juvenile fantasy with spiritual themes!

I was excited to be contacted by author Amy C. Blake about her new release, a juvenile fantasy called The Trojan Horse Traitor. I read her spooky suspense Whitewashed last year, and it was great fun.

Author Amy C. Blake's new release, the Trojan Horse Traitor

Amy wanted me to help her get the word out about her Goodreads give-away of two paperpack copies of the new book, so she just sent me the info. I love the description–sounds sort of like Harry Potter or Percy Jackson but with more overt Christian themes.

Here is Amy’s description:

Left on Castle Island to attend Camp Classic, thirteen-year-old scrawny, redheaded homeschooler Levi Prince finds himself at the center of an enchanted world of amazing abilities, cloudy motives, and wicked beings that will challenge his very spirit. He begins to form friendships, but life at camp becomes more confusing as questionable activities and uncertain agendas bring about conflict that tests his character in ways he never expected. Finally, faced with a friend’s betrayal, Levi is forced to confront true evil. Will he find the courage to stand his ground, and to become the hero he was always meant to be?

The Trojan Horse Traitor is now available in both e-book and paperback formats.

Amy is hosting a giveaway of two paperback copies of The Trojan Horse Traitor on Goodreads. You can enter now through December 14th.

 

Author Amy C. Blake's new juvenile fantasy The Trojan Horse Traitor

About Amy:

Award-winning author Amy C. Blake is a pastor’s wife and homeschooling mother of four. She has an M.A. in English from Mississippi College and has written articles, devotionals, and short stories for a number of publications. She’d love for you to visit her website at amycblake.com for tips on homeschooling, advice for the rookie pastor’s wife, and helps for the Christian life. You can also find more information on her website about her novels–Whitewashed, Colorblind, and The Trojan Horse Traitor.

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