Indie Author Corner: Meet Stephen Cody + eBook giveaway

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Meet Stephen Cody

Stephen Cody is a writer who lives in the fetid, turgid heat and humidity of Southern Florida with his wife, Rita, and their four children. He is the author of Lying in State and Soulless.

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About the book:

Title: The Peasant Prince

Genre: Young Adult

Publisher: Trajan Books

Synopsis: Newly crowned Queen Caroline has a baby prince, the heir to the British throne. The murder of the Queen and the blood sacrifice of little Prince Gregory will lift an ancient protection  and make black magic the master of this world again. Or it could unravel time itself.   The only one who stands between evil and the enslavement of the world is Art Williams.   He’s the son of the new American Ambassador to England.  In his first 48 hours in London, Art makes an enemy of Princess Guinevere, the Queen’s teenage daughter, has a trio of banshees foretelling his doom, is stalked by a shape-shifting witch, and destroys the American Ambassador’s mansion. 
 With his classmates, the sons and daughters of diplomats from Australia, Canada, India, and China, Art discovers they have a chance of saving the Royal Family, England, and the world.   But first, they must gather the skills needed and make alliances with what little magic is left in this world. And they must lay claim to Excalibur, the Sword of Destiny.

Purchase @ Amazon

eBook Giveaway Now CLOSED

If you would like to enter to win an ebook copy of The Peasant Prince, please leave a comment below with your name, email address and the country in which you reside. This is an international giveaway.

Entries close midnight 2nd November 2012 (Syd time) and the winner will be drawn via and contacted via email.


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