Today I was greeted with news that made me both honored and humbled. The Cross and the Dragon received two wonderful reviews. Many thanks to Rachel Massaro of Layered Pages (and to Stephanie Hopkins for arranging the review) and to Casee Marie of Literary Inklings.
Here is a sampling:
From Rachel: “The story is addictive and I found myself not wanting to put the story down.” Read the full review at Layered Pages.
From Casee Marie: “I fell easily into this world and felt wonderfully engaged with the characters, from Alda’s strength to Hruodland’s valor and even Ganelon’s vengeful wrath.” Read the full review at Literary Inklings.
Layered Pages features book reviews and author interviews, including those that are published independently and by small presses. Its founder, Stephanie, is also a reviewer for the Historical Novel Society and consultant with IndieBRAG.
Literary Inklings is a literature blog focusing on classics, adult fiction, and memoirs. It’s a place for book reviews, author interviews, seasonal reading lists and recommendations, information about upcoming new releases, literary discussions and essays by Casee Marie.