War of the Three Kings

I recently finished my first set of revisions and sent the book to my editor. I hope to publish this book this summer and share the story that has been with me for years.

This tale flowed more easily from my head to my hand. Meera is back as one of our two protagonists. She is a decade older and finding her heart tugged in two different directions. Our other protagonist, who will remain nameless, finds his whole identity called into question.

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Flavors, colors, and smells of medieval India seep through the pages.

Writing from the perspective of two characters allowed me to depict battles, dances, voyages, and more.

The women in those times resembled the moon. They had no power of their own and derived their authority from the men around them. How they wield this influence is a theme I explore.

For the men of my tale, danger lurks in every corner. From the kiss of a sword to the kiss of a lady, their heart is in peril.

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One thought on “War of the Three Kings”

  1. Ooo! That sounds so interesting! Congrats on finishing your edits, and I’m wishing you all the best for your book! Sometimes it’s these stories that’ve been fermenting in our brain for years that are the greatest. Looking forward for more updates!

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