Monday, June 28, 2021

NBTM: Song of the King's Heart Trilogy by Nicole Sallak Anderson


Thank you for your interest in hosting this tour, but all stops have been filled.

Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Name Before the Masses Tour for SONG OF THE KING'S HEART TRILOGY by Nicole Sallak Anderson, a historical fantasy romance available now from Literary Wandelust. The tour will run every Tuesday and Thursday starting on July 20, and pre-written guest posts and interviews. A PDF, mobi, or epub of each book is available for review (note: the books are not standalone and should be read in order).

A randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour will receive a $50 Amazon/BN GC, and a randomly drawn host will receive a $25 Amazon/BN GC.

In the year 205 B.C., after centuries of Persian and Macedonian occupation, a rebel king rises from the south to take ancient Egypt back unto native hands. He will battle the Ptolemy line for twenty years, and rule almost eighty percent of Egypt, yet in the end, history will barely mention his quest.

Born Prince Ankhmakis, the last in a line of native Egyptian kings, he is raised with one purpose—to help his father reclaim Egypt from the Macedonian occupiers, and return their country to dynastic greatness. Yet at his heart, Ankhmakis is a poet who sings to the sunrise and longs to spend his days in the company of his beloved, Natasa, the twin of his soul. Theirs is a world of magic, power, riches, and lust, and there are those who would do anything to keep Ankhmakis and Natasa apart. He must battle his own brothers for the crown and overthrow the Ptolemaic Empire, while protecting Natasa against all odds. For lies and deceit live in the hearts of all involved, from his family to the priesthood, and the Greeks aren’t the only ones who seek to destroy him.

The Song of the King’s Heart trilogy begins in Origins, with a boy who helps his father build an army, continues in Blood and Chaos, as he fights to reclaim his country, and concludes at Civilization’s End, with a pharaoh ready to hand his son the crown. The series chronicles over twenty years of plotting, power plays and politics, as well as sex magic, love, and redemption. In the arms of his lover, Ankhmakis explores the deepest mysteries of the temple of Isis, while on the battlefield he discovers the power of the god of Chaos. And while his life’s mission is to remove the Ptolemys from Egyptian soil, the perfidy within his own family leads to the final betrayal that ultimately ends his reign.

In 196 B.C., Ankhmakis was crowned Pharaoh Ankhwenefer in Thebes, but he became the forgotten Rebel King of Egypt, the last native to rule the land of Kemit. In his defeat, all of his own scribes’ work was destroyed. His name chiseled from every stone surface in the Upper Kingdom, his monuments demolished, and the city of his birth burned to the ground and left to be buried under the sands of time. He controlled the Upper Kingdom of Egypt for decades, yet no one beyond the borders of his country knew his name.

Until now.


Book 1: Origins

July 20: Literary Gold
July 22: Candrel's Crafts, Cooks, and Characters
July 27: Rogue's Angels
July 29: The Key Of Love
August 3: Fabulous and Brunette
August 5: All the Ups and Downs
August 10: Lisa Haselton's Reviews and Interviews
August 12: Viviana MacKade
August 17: The Pen and Muse Book Reviews
August 19: Jazzy Book Reviews


Book 2: Blood and Chaos

August 24: Sadie's Spotlight
August 26: Full Moon Dreaming
August 31: The Avid Reader
September 2: Straight from the Library
September 7: Westveil Publishing
September 9: Let me tell you a story
September 14: Our Town Book Reviews
September 16: Author C.A.Milson
September 21: Underneath the Covers
September 23: Cover To Cover Cafe


Book 3: Civilation's End

September 28: Novels Alive
September 30: Don't Judge, Read
October 5: Kit 'N Kabookle
October 7: Wendi Zwaduk - Romance to Make Your Heart Race
October 12: Romance Novel Giveaways
October 14: The Faerie Review
October 19: Dawn's Reading Nook
October 21: It's Raining Books
October 26: Harlie's Books
October 28: Long and Short Reviews