October 12th (Monday)
Excerpt/Highlight at Sadie's Spotlight
October 13th (Tuesday)
*Live Art and Q&A livestream with Hazel (Feat. Claire Banschbach) on Instagram 8:30 PM EST*
Excerpt/highlight at E. Paige Burks' Blog
Excerpt/highlight at Worlds of Fiction
October 14th (Wednesday)
Author interview/character interview at Haunting Ghost Town
October 15th (Thursday)
Review at Rose Print Publishing
October 16th (Friday)
Excerpt/highlight at Not Unworthy
Excerpt/highlight at The Page Dreamer
Excerpt/highlight on M. H. Elrich's Instagram
Title: Come Marching Home
Synopsis: After being away for over a year, Alfonse Keller has returned from the trenches on Teuton’s western front, fighting in the war that’s broken out against the Steppes. He should feel relieved now that’s he’s back in his own village in the care of his brother Ernst, but he’s not. It seems like nothing has changed except for him, like he’s a traveler from a different world.
When Alfonse left to join the army, he was a natural magician making a name for himself, but after a tragic incident resulting in the death of his friend, and his own crippling injury, he no longer has the ability to use magic.
Suffering from constant nightmares and revisited trauma, Alfonse can’t get the trenches out of his head. Ernst tries to help, but he doesn’t really understand either. How can he, when Alfonse doesn’t really understand himself? He feels like a phantom, standing on the outskirts of a life he’ll never live again.
As Ernst tries to do everything he can for his brother, he can’t help but feel like Alfonse is slipping away, that maybe part of him never left the trenches at all. But how can he save his brother when Alf refuses to let anyone in?
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** I will be doing a live art-stream and Q&A on Instagram (@modern_bard67) with Claire Banschbach (@cmbanschbach) on Tuesday night (October 13th) to celebrate the release! Join us for randomness while I try to draw and answer questions at the same time.
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