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Monday, August 5, 2019

The Splintered Crown Book Blast and Giveaway

Looking for a new fantasy book to read at the beach? You might just have found it. Check it out then be sure to enter to win a $30 Amazon gift card. Open worldwide, you have through 8/29 to enter. Good luck.

The Splintered Crown
A Tankards and Heroes Novel
by Larry N. Martin
Genre: Epic Fantasy, Adventure Quest 

A medieval fantasy with a party of adventurers all ready to make a name for themselves and earn some gold.


Tankards and Heroes is set in the city of Kortufan, where spies, assassins, mercenaries, arms dealers, rebels, smugglers, and informants do dirty deals dirt cheap.

The Poxy Dragon is a rough bar outside the worst part of the medieval Silk Road. It takes serious courage just to walk into the place, not only from its reputation but because of the rough clientele, questionable food, awful beer, and abysmal hygiene. Lots of taverns in Kortufan are home to ruffians and illegal dealings, but the Poxy Dragon is the proving ground for heroes - with a cemetery out back for the ones who don’t make the cut.

Lady Leota, the resident demigoddess at the Poxy Dragon, sends would-be heroes to different realms on quests. Once committed, there is no turning back, and if they want their reward, every party member must return through the portal – dead or alive.


Larry N. Martin Larry N. Martin is the author of the new sci-fi adventure novel Salvage Rat, and the new portal fantasy series, The Splintered Crown, A Tankards and Heroes novel. He is the co-author (with Gail Z. Martin) of the Spells, Salt, and Steel: New Templar Knights series; the Steampunk series Iron & Blood; and a collection of short stories and novellas: The Storm & Fury Adventures set in the Iron & Blood universe. He is also the co-author (with Gail) of the Wasteland Marshals series and the Joe Mack - Shadow Council series from Falstaff Books.




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10 comments:

  1. The cover art is nicely done.

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  2. I remember when Steampunk was a big trend in the 90's. I really thought it was cool, lol I"d like to read this book and the cover is scary but well done :)

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  3. The cover looks amazing, I'd love to read this

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  4. The cover is intense and filled with a lot of emotion! It's awesome!

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  5. Great artwork on the cover.. hsaring with with my grandson...

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  6. Very cool cover! Sounds like a fantastic read.

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  7. I like the cover, very eye-catching.

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  8. I like the cover. It looks like an exciting book.

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  9. This cover looks great. Catches your eye right away

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