Hello and thank you for your interest in being a part of the virtual book tour for K.R.R. Lockhaven’s Fantasy novel, The Marauders, the Daughter, and the Dragon! We’re so excited to hold a 7-day virtual tour, consisting of 7-15 stops, and would love for you to be a part of it.
For this tour, we’re looking for 7+ bloggers, bookstagrammers, TikTokers, or YouTubers to show some love for The Marauders, the Daughter, and the Dragonthrough reviews, guest features, spotlights, interviews with the author, or any other creative posts. The tour will run from August 29th – September 4th and hosts will be given complimentary eBooks, with limited physical copies available upon request. This tour is open internationally.
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The Marauders, the Daughter, and the Dragon by K.R.R. Lockhaven
Published: August 20, 2022
Series: The Azure Archipelago
Intended Age Group: Adult
Pages: 300 (unnofficial)
Publisher: Shadow Spark Publishing
To say that Azure Brine is at odds with her father would be an understatement. His recent spiral into the “Humans First” politics of League of Islands’ new governor has strained their once-strong relationship to the breaking point.
Their connection is truly put to the test when her father decides to join the governor’s ship on a voyage to the Capitol Isles for the inauguration. But when Azure learns that the governor has nefarious plans for the islands, and that her father is in mortal danger, she and her best friend (a shit-talking bird named Robin) set out across the archipelago to save him.
Along the way they meet a reanimated skeleton with confidence issues, a group of “pirates errant” who just want to sing and have adventures, and a dragon with an emotional arc.
Come Sail Away • Yo Ho Ho and a Bottle of Rum • Rockin’ Robin
Shown on page:
- Racism (Shown as Speciesism)
- 2-3 instances of gratuitous violence
- Animal violence
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