indieBRAG Book Tour: Sons of the Wolf by Paula Lofting

Sons of The Wolf Book Cover  

 

 

Publish Date: July 23, 2012

Publisher: SilverWood Books

Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.

Language: English

ASIN: B008OK4HF2

 

About Sons of the Wolf

 

1054, pious King Edward sits on the throne, spending his days hunting, sleeping and praying, leaving the security of his kingdom to his more capable brother-in-law Harold Godwinson, the powerful Earl of Wessex.

 

Against this backdrop we meet Wulfhere, a Sussex thegn who, as the sun sets over the wild forest of Andredesweald, is returning home victoriously from a great battle in the north. Holding his lands directly from the King, his position demands loyalty to Edward himself, but Wulfhere is duty-bound to also serve Harold, a bond forged within Wulfhere’s family heritage and borne of the ancient Teutonic ideology of honour and loyalty.

 

Wulfhere is a man with the strength and courage of a bear, a warrior whose loyalty to his lord and king is unquestionable. He is also a man who holds his family dear and would do anything to protect them. So when Harold demands that he wed his daughter to the son of Helghi, his sworn enemy, Wulfhere has to find a way to save his daughter from a life of certain misery in the household of the cruel and resentful Helghi, without comprising his honour and loyalty to his lord, Harold. On the battlefield, Wulfhere fights for his life but elsewhere the enemy is closer to home, sinister and shadowy and far more dangerous than any war.

 

 

About Author

 

Paula Lofting

 

My name is Paula Lofting and I write historical fiction. My first novel is called Sons of the Wolf, set in 11thc England. I like to keep things as accurate as I can when I am writing historically and belong to a re-enactment society, Regia Anglorum that covers the period in which I write. This enables me to have some knowledge of the time I write in of the everyday things and not just the politics and events of the time. Living history is a big part of what Regia do and everything has to be well researched for authenticity.

 

My earliest influences in reading were Rosemary Sutcliffe, Edith Pargetter, Leon Garfield, Mary Stewart and Sharon Kay Penman. Rosemary Sutcliffe really got me into Dark Age history. I love her style and am reading Manda Scott currently whose style is heavily influenced by Sutcliffe’s.

 

Aside from enjoying historical fiction set in pre-conquest years, I also enjoy later medieval, ancient and anything in later periods that would interest me. I also enjoy crime, horror and thrillers. Erotica is not really for me but I appreciate the skill you must need to write in that genre.

 

I am a psychiatric nurse by day and writer in my spare time. I have three children and live in the beautiful county of Sussex, England, where my book is set. I am currently working on the sequel which I hope to have released in the late summer or early Autumn!

 

Paula’s website: www.paulalofting.com

 

Twitter – http://twitter.com/paulalofting

 

indieBRAG: www.bragmedallion.com

 

 

Sons of the Wolf Book Tour Banner

 

 

Tour Schedule:

 

June 10th Su Harrison www.smharrisonwriter.com
June 11th Ginger Myrick www.gingermyrick.com
June 12th Judith Arnopp www.juditharnoppnovelist.blogspot.co.uk
June 13th Patricia Bracewell www.patriciabracewell.com
June 14th Debbie Brown englishepochs.blogspot.com
June 15th Debbie Young www.otsbp.com
June 16th Maria Grace www.authormariagrace.com
June 17th Lisl Zlitni beforethesecondsleep.wordpress.com
June 18th Sue Millard suemillard.blogspot.co.uk
June 19th Layered Pages www.layeredpages.com

 

 

 Praises for Sons of the Wolf!

 

Both are blended seamlessly together, making the characters full and rounded, all together very well-developed.” Cynthia McArthur

 

I just finished this wonderful historical novel last night – you know you have read a great book when you feel bereft upon reaching the end! ” Mary Rose

 

As this brilliant story unfolds I found myself so engrossed with the characters plight and emotions I felt like these events were happening to my own family. Saying this story has well developed characters does not do it justice. It goes beyond that…Lofting really gets to the core of the human condition and pulls you into a world of the past that leaves you wanting to explore more of these fascinating people in history.” Stephanie Moore Hopkins

 

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