Hello everyone and welcome to my stop on the Escapist Book Tours virtual book tour for Jamie Jackson’s Romantic Fantasy novel The Sparrow and the Oak Tree! Today, I am excited to help kickoff the tour by sharing an interview with the main characters from the book!
You can find our Q&A below, along with all of the info about the book, the author, and links to purchase a copy of The Sparrow and the Oak Tree for yourself! Also, be sure to take a look at the schedule here or at the top of the post and follow along to see the stops from our other awesome hosts!
The Sparrow and the Oak Tree by Jamie Jackson
Series: N/A, Standalone
Genre: Fantasy Romance
Intended Age Group: Adult
Published: February 14th, 2023
Publisher: Self Published
Unicorns don’t exist, and dragons aren’t real, but the Fae are. And they are to be feared.
Or so the tales say.
As the sole sorceress within the Lion King’s court and kingdom, Isolde is valued for her power, provided she fulfills the king’s commands.
Her task? Deal with a child who has emerged from a forest no one has returned from in over one hundred years. As Isolde works to fulfill her order, accompanied by her nameless guardian, she’ll encounter a creature she’s only heard of through myth and legend…
When he kidnaps her.
Price & Prejudice & Zombies Goes Medieval
Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-sparrow-and-the-oak-tree-jamie-jackson/1142798365
Could you please introduce yourself to our readers?
Isolde: I’m Sparrow.
Tristan: I’m Oak.
Bear: And I’m Bear, and that nag over there is Horse.
What music do you listen to?
What are 3 items you can’t live without?
Bear: My sword, my shield and my horse.
If you were stranded on a deserted island, what is one thing you’d like to have with you?
Bear: An axe.
What is your biggest pet peeve?
Bear: The Fae.
What do you do in your free time?
Tristan: I garden.
What makes you want to get out of bed in the morning?
What is the best advice you’ve ever been given?
Bear: Don’t give your name to a Fae.
What do you carry in your bag?
Bear: I’ve still got that head in it. Just never got around to getting rid of it.
What’s your favorite animal?
Bear: Horse is. If he is in fact, an animal. Too smart for his own good.
What do you think about [other MC(s)]?
Bear: Oak is alright for a Fae.
Tristan: I’m thrilled to have managed such a compliment from you.
Do you have favorite saying?
What is your favorite holiday?
Isolde: What’s a holiday?
If you could go anywhere in [the book’s world], where would you go and why?
Isolde: To the seaside. I’ve never seen the ocean.
What do you do to relax?
Isolde: Go for walks, weave flowers into crowns.
What is your favorite food?
Bear: Rabbit stew.
What is your favorite season?
How would you define happiness?
Tristan: Isolde is happiness.
What are you passionate about?
Bear: Maybe you should take up a hobby.
How do you feel about your government?
Isolde: It needs a revolution. It’s downright archaic.
If you could change one thing about [the book’s world], what would it be?
Isolde: Real indoor plumbing would be nice.
What’s your biggest secret?
Bear: My real name.
What do you hate?
Isolde: Being caged.
What’s your biggest fear?
Bear: The Fae.
Tristan: We’re not all bad.
What do you think your best quality is?
Isolde: I can’t be your answer for everything.
Tristan: You can for this.
How would you describe the world you live in?
Tristan: Beautiful. Strange. With more questions than answers.
About the Author
Jamie writes books with words in them. She lives in Charlotte NC with her husband, three feral children and two badly behaved dogs.
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