Blog Tour ~ Serpents and Saviors by Jamie Zakian ~ Guest Post + Giveaway

Blog Tour ~ Serpents and Saviors by Jamie Zakian ~ Guest Post + Giveaway

Good morning everyone!

Welcome to the Blog Tour for Serpents and Saviors by Jamie Zakian. Yep, I am back again with Serpents and Saviors. This time I am not revealing the cover, or celebrating its release, this time I got a fun guest post about writing and what the author learned about it.

I also got book/author information, and a brand-new giveaway (open to all, so be sure to enter if you want to win a copy of the book).

Let’s get this tour started!

Lord of the Rings Meets The 100

Joey got separated from her twin brother Jesse when their luxury spacecraft broke apart halfway to Mars. The terrorists are dead, but so are most of the passengers who escaped a dying Earth for a new life on a new planet.

The remaining survivors, the future of humanity, are scattered across the lush planet of Mars. Joey and Kami are in a mountainous forest, and they’re locked in a power struggle to guide the people. Jesse and Rai landed on the coast, and are desperate to reach their sisters.

This new world can be a fresh start, where everyone is equal and class sectors are finally made obsolete, if only Kami would give up her self-appointed position as Commander of Mars. Both Joey and Kami are willing to die for their beliefs, even sacrificing the lives of those who’ve chosen to follow them, unless cleared heads can prevail before it’s too late.

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About the author:

Jamie Zakian is a full-time writer who consumes the written word as equally as oxygen. Living in South Jersey with her husband and rowdy family, she enjoys farming, archery, and blazing new trails on her 4wd quad, when not writing of course. She aspires to one day write at least one novel in every genre of fiction.

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Guest Post: If I Knew Then What I Know Now About Writing

If I knew then what I know now about writing, I would’ve been much more patient. I went into writing as if it were a race. I had to get published now, had to make my mark on the literary scene. So, instead of taking my time to perfect my craft, I published before I was ready and blew my chance to make a good first impression. Writing is not a race. It’s more like a lifelong trek through a jungle that has no trail, and running into something like that will likely cause many stumbles. It’s hard to have patience when you’re eager to share your work, but it’s important because you only get one shot at making a first impression and you want that impression to be good.

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