Today, I’m thrilled to have the privilege to invite Sarah Holman to join me on this blog! She recently released Escape and Endurance, the fifth book in her Tales of Taelis series. This is a Christian medieval fantasy series that she has been writing for several years now, and although I haven’t read the last two yet, I’m hoping to very soon—I enjoyed the first three!
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To celebrate the release of Escape and Endurance, Sarah has decided to do a “choose your own adventure” event, similar to those books we all enjoyed as children (hey, I still like going through our “day in the life of an otter” book, and trying to avoid the death traps!). I’ll let her carry this away.
In this event, you get to pick the outcome of the story by making choices. A lot of different things can happen. What are you waiting for? Start your adventure by clicking the image below!
Andrew swallowed when he saw the king enter. It was one thing to talk about how the king’s daughter was difficult with the captain of the retainers, but he certainly didn’t want the king to overhear him.
“Your Majesty, I…”
The king held up his hand. “Please, there is no need to explain. I know what Gail is like. I know that she deserves to be taught a lesson. However, I’m asking you to go after her.”
Andrew nodded. “I live to serve you.” Without any further delay, he mounted his horse and…
Are you interested in reading about a knight, a tower, a princess, and a servant? Pick up your own copy of Escape and Endurance! Haven’t read the other books in the Tales of Taelis series? Don’t worry. Each book can stand alone. 🙂
Sarah Holman is a not-so-typical girl, a homeschool graduate, sister to six awesome siblings, and lives in the great state of Texas. If there’s anything adventuresome about her life, it’s because she serves a God with a destiny greater than anything she could have imagined. You can find out more about her at her website.
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Thanks for stopping by today, Sarah!
What was your favorite “choose-your-own-adventure” story as a child?