November 8, 2011

Champion of Valor, Book III in Nicole Zoltack's Kingdom of Arnhem series

Please join me in welcoming Nicole Zoltack, author of Champion of Valor, Book III in the Kingdom of Arnhem series. 
Nicole, tell us a bit about your book. You have beautiful covers, by the way. Just lovely.
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Thank you! The genre of Champion of Valor is Fantasy Romance.

The Mystical Conch Shell of the Sea has been stolen, and it's up to Selliki, the selkie, to get it back. Selliki sets across the continent of Alethereia to find Arnhem, and Gabrael, the mage she loves. Selliki knows that no union between a selkie and a human have ever had a happy ending, but neither can ignore their feelings. Each night, they experience terrible, real dreams that show how doomed their love is.

The final war between Speica and Arnhem is threatening the entire world. Lucifer has aligned himself with Speica and wants nothing less than to bring about the Apocalypse before its time. In the last battle, cowardice is revealed, promises are broken, and many people die. Trolls fight icthyocentaurs, dwarves armed up against the Drow, angels against demons. Only one kingdom will prevail; that is, if the world doesn't end.

Other books:

Woman of Honor, Book I in the Kingdom of Arnhem series
Knight of Glory, Book II in the Kingdom of Arnhem series
Seeing for the First Time, 1 of 6 in the What You See is What You Get series (paranormal YA)
To See, 2 of 6 in the What You See is What You Get series
Or Not To See, 3 of 6 in the What You See is What You Get series
A Sight for Sore Fangs, 4 of 6 in the What You See is What You Get series

Nicole, how can readers contact you?

3 comments:

  1. Thank you for joining us today, Nicole. I'm glad to have you here!

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  2. You have the gift. Like a master builder, you possess a natural talent for laying a foundation and building upon it until the final brick is set in mortar. What a pleasure to step back and view the body of work that you have constructed over the space of three novels. A well written trilogy leaves both reader and author with a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction that lingers delightfully, perhaps forever.

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