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A Peculiar Royal Book Tour & Giveaway

 
A Peculiar Royal
by Alonna Williams
Genre: Middle Grade Fantasy
 
The time has come for King Dorian Lockridge to find an heir for the country of Odsia; after the murder of his son, daughter-in-law and grandson fifteen years ago, he knew that sooner or later he’d need to find someone worthy to take the throne…
Spending fifteen years on the streets, doing whatever it took to make sure he and his friends survived from day to day, hasn’t been easy for Tristan.
Having never found remains of his grandson, doubt of his demise lingers in Dorian’s heart; until one day, he finally makes a proclamation, searching for the orphaned Prince of Odsia.  
When Tristan discovers the truth about himself, his whole world changes. How will he adjust to royal living after such a difficult upbringing?  And who was behind the murder of his parents so long ago?”
 
 
 
 
About the Author
Author
 
Alonna Williams is a children’s book author and has been writing ever since she was a little girl. It started with a short story and soon progressed to novels. Alonna has worked on, and grew up with a Pirate series entitled, Pirates of the Withering Coast, her favorite series of all, as well as a mystery series, a Sci-Fi/Superhero series and more! When she’s not writing you’ll most likely find her dancing, whether it be, Tap, Ballet, Jazz or Lyrical, or watching a good classic movie or cozying up to a Disney film!
 
 
 
Excerpt

King Dorian Lockridge sat tall on his throne. He was getting up in age; the short gray hairs that blended with the few remaining black hairs on his head, as well as his short-boxed beard, made that clear. Despite his age, he still had the form of a king, standing at six-foot-two, with broad shoulders and almost perfect posture. The royal garb he wore added to his authority. A long, dark-blue coat with golden buttons on both sides of the chest and a golden design on the sleeves also bore the simple yet intricate branding of the royal family. His forest green eyes were keenly analyzing a tiny crown clutched in his hands. He looked around the throne room, seeing a quiet and empty space, nothing abnormal during this season in Odsia. After all, Februarys in his country were awfully cold and rainy. Most people wisely decided to stay indoors.
But Februarys for the Lockridges were quite notable, albeit gloomy. Their grandson would have been a year older this February, had it not been for the accident.
Marah Elderon, a woman from the royal guard, watched him from the entryway of the throne room. Her athletic build was covered from shoulders to feet in black and brown armor. Her brown hair was pulled back into a ponytail, her hazel eyes growing sympathetic as she saw the little crown in his hands. “Your advisor is here,” she announced, bowing before the king and then stepping out of the room.
“Your Majesty, you asked to see me?” a man asked, entering the room. August Elderon stood at about the same height as the king, with a medium build, large dark-blue eyes, light-brown hair—worn in a short cut—and a docile expression. He was only thirty, which was young for an advisor, but his maturity greatly surpassed his age. The white military jacket he was wearing wasn’t one he wore too often, as it was a reminder of his past days at war, but he preferred the most modest attire from his wardrobe as opposed to the overly fancy clothes the stylist would make him. He gave a friendly smile as he bowed to Dorian.
“Time is running out, August,” Dorian told him. “I’m not getting any younger. And people want to feel secure. With the Delorians rampaging through Karia and putting the country on the brink of war, they’ll want to know Odsia is in good hands, should anything like that happen here.”
“I understand, Your Majesty,” August Elderon replied with a nod. “We are doing the best we can to find an heir, but—”
“I don’t want just any heir,” Dorian softly said, returning his attention to the little crown.
August sighed, lowering his head. He understood Dorian’s pain and wished he could fix everything that had happened, but they needed to carry on. “Your…Your Majesty. It may be time to…”
Dorian stood and walked over to the left side of the room where a white pillar was against the wall; then he carefully placed the crown on a small pillow that lay upon the pillar. He turned to August with a slight smile. “My grandson is alive, August. I can feel it.” His voice held unquestioning conviction.

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42 Comments

  1. The cover is beautiful. The title makes me want to read! I love it so far!

    1. Author

      It’s amazing how great covers entice us!

      1. It really is and they always tell us not to be judging a book by them … Thats the only way I know how to judge a book? LOL

  2. I like the look of the cover it is nice and clean looking and I love the color.

    1. Author

      Yes, it’s so elegant!

  3. Thank you, Lisa! 💕💕💕

    Love,
    Alonna

    1. Author

      You’re very welcome!!!

  4. I love the cover it’s pretty and unique.

    1. Author

      Glad that you like it!

  5. Pretty cover I would love to read this book.

    1. Author

      It sounds like a good one 🙂

  6. I love the detailing at the top and bottom of the cover

    1. Author

      I agree 🙂

    1. Author

      It’s very popular!

  7. I Think it looks Crisp ,Elegant !

  8. I like the cover 🙂 It looks good

  9. I love the cover but the name has me interested already

  10. I like the cover! Great blurb too

    1. Author

      Thanks, Danielle!

  11. The book cover is actually quite lovely!

  12. I cant wait to read this!

    1. Author

      I hope you enjoy this book 🙂

  13. The book sounds intriguing. And what a gorgeous cover!

    1. Author

      Yes, it’s very elegant!

  14. The cover is very beautiful.

    1. Author

      I’m glad you like it!

  15. I love the cover! The colors are great!

    1. Author

      Yes, lovely!

  16. The cover looks very pretty! I’m excited to read this one.

    1. Author

      I hope you love it!

  17. The cover is so pretty – love the colors & detail 🙂

  18. I really like the cover of the book!

    1. Author

      I’m glad you like it!

  19. How did you come up with your ideas for the book?

  20. It’s BEAUTIFUL!! Who did it?

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