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Thursday, October 18, 2018

The Black Trillium Book Blast and Giveaway

I've always liked post-apocalyptic fantasy type tv series. I wonder how much I'd like in book form. Here's a chance to see. Check out the title than be sure to enter to win the associated giveaway for an Amazon gift card. Good luck.

The Black Trillium
by Simon McNeil
Genre: Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy

Confederation rules in Trana—so says the king.

But Fredericton is a long way from the shores of Lake Ontario, and schemes for power will bring together three extraordinary young warriors.

A desert girl who came to Trana looking for refuge but has never found a home

A privileged city boy dreaming of rebellion and hardened by cruelty

The disgraced heir to the throne desperate to win back his place in his father's heart

Sworn enemies or reluctant allies, they all have one thing in common: an incomplete half of the legendary fighting skill known as the Triumvirate sword art. They fight for glory, for power, for the monsters lurking beneath the streets, and for the mysterious society moving in the shadows of Trana—the Black Trillium.

Simon McNeil is the author of The Black Trillium, a story of revolution and martial arts set in the ruins of Toronto. This novel is published by Brain Lag Publishing.
He is an online marketing communications specialist with a major educational institution when not wandering the world looking for trouble. He is a life-long martial artist, has published several articles in Kung Fu Magazine and he’s probably a little bit too fond of kung fu movies.
He lives in Toronto, Canada with his wife who has happily laid out rules to prevent the sword-through-glass-lampshade incident from ever happening again. The Black Trillium is his first novel.

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  1. This book cover makes me want to read this book!!

  2. The cover looks intriguing. The blurb makes me want to read the book.

  3. I love the tattoo's on the cover.

  4. The cover certainly grabs my attention as does the blurb.

  5. The cover art seems appropriate for the book. Good job.

  6. I'd love to visit the post apocalyptic ruins of Toronto, thanks for the chance!

  7. I think this book cover is very interesting. It makes me curious about the story. Thanks!

  8. Based on the cover I am expecting to meet one bad-ass female main character!!! Can't wait!