Today it is my pleasure to welcome author K. T. Munson and her fantasy romance short prequel Zendar: A Tale of Sand.
Zendar is a world of sand and strife.
Living in the great capital of Zendar, Sol, Nitya has always longed for something more than her family’s merchant lifestyle. She craves adventure—or at least hopes something remotely exciting could happen. When her best friend, Juni, secures them both positions in the palace’s kitchen, Nitya gets to experience a different world than she ever imagined—especially after a young soldier catches her eye.
Her world will never be the same.
Zendar: A Tale of Sand is pure fun. In this light, fast read author Munson introduces an interesting world, a believable and likable family, and a sweet young woman every reader will enjoy.
When Nitya’s yearning for adventure brings her into contact with a handsome palace guard, we all know how this will end. It doesn’t matter. The tale is well told and it holds other surprises. Besides, one feels the chemistry between the two would-be lovers, and the inevitable is approached with a perfect mix of subtlety and detail. Enjoy the scene you know is coming.
I do add an extra bit of applause, though, for the handsome palace guard’s awareness that when a woman consents to sex with a man who is saving her life, she may not be in a position to fully give that consent. So, this well-muscled and chiseled-faced man turns out to be wise and kind, too! Another nice surprise.
I’m sure this prequel is designed to make readers curious to learn more about the desert world of Zendar. It worked for me. I’ll be looking into Munson’s full-length books A Tale of Blood and Sand and A Tale of Wind and Sand.
About the Author
K.T. Munson is an independent author. First published at 5 years old in the young writers conference, she has pursued writing ever since. She maintains a blog creatingworldswithwords.wordpress.com that is about writing and her novels. She was born and raised in the last frontier, the great state of Alaska.
Find the Author
On Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ktmunson
On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ktmunson
On her online sale site: http://authorktmunson.square.site/
On her blog: http://www.creatingworldswithwords.wordpress.com
Enjoy the Book
This short prequel is available FREE! Find it at
Barnes and Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/zendar-kt-munson/1137534341
Yes, there is a giveaway
The author will be awarding a $10 Amazon/BN gift card to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour.
This post is part of a tour sponsored by Goddess Fish. Check out all the other tour stops. If you drop by each of these and comment, you will greatly increase your chances of winning.
My Favorite Excerpt
“Her.” The guard pointed in her direction. “She was there.”
Nitya froze, unsure what she was being accused of. Today was supposed to be her last day. She’d gotten to see more of the palace and was quite content to return home. What was happening?
“Me?” Nitya heard herself say dumbly.
Sergeant Ramas seemed equally as surprised. “Are you sure?” he asked the guard.
“I’m sure. She and a man served the food,” the guard answered. Nitya’s mouth went dry as she wrapped her hand around Juni’s.
The Sergeant cleared his throat. “And the man?”
“Not here,” the guard answered.
Sergeant Ramas pointed at her. “Take her,” he ordered.
Nitya stepped back. “I didn’t do anything!” The tears were instant, and she tried to pull away. The guards were quick to get ahold of her. It all felt dreadfully real and horribly surreal at the same time. It was as though it was happening to someone else.
K. T. Munson — we appreciate your sharing Zendar: A Tale of Sand with us! Best of luck with all your tales of Zendar.
6 thoughts on “Zendar: A Tale of Sand”
Thanks for hosting!
Thank you for hosting and for the review!
Welcome guests, thank you so much for taking time to check out my blog tour. 🙂 I’ll be checking in to answer any questions about Zendar: A Tale of Sand (or anything else for that matter). Make sure you pick up your free copy!
It’s a pleasure to have you here today. Thanks for sharing your prequel and good luck with this entire series!
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The second review from this weeks Blog Tour for Zendar: A Tale of Sand. Thank you for the review, Sherrie! Make sure you come and check out Seven Troublesome Sisters’ blog!
Thank you for the review.
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