I have been a very lucky boy these last couple of weeks. Not only did I have the privilege of being interviewed by one of my own fans, nine-year-old Tara, on her mum’s blog, Dutch Hill Girl, but I was also asked to do a another interview this week by the amazingly talented author, Cyndi Tefft. Cyndi is a very good friend of mine and has just released her first novel, Between. Please take five minutes of your time to pop over to Cyndi’s blog and leave a comment, it will be most appreciated.
Thank you, Cyndi, for such a great interview. This was a lot of fun and a real honour. Just for the record, Cyndi knew more English swear words than me! :D
Truth Teller is now available in all e-book formats from here:
Smashwords: Click here to sample or buy
Goodreads: Click here to sample or buy
Shelfari: Click here to sample or buy
Barnes & Noble: Click here to sample or buy
You can connect with the author at:
Author’s Web page http://kurtchambers.net/
Author’s Blog http://geniusborderinginsanity.blogspot.com/
Truth Teller Reviews:
Dawne Dominique - Multi-published author and professional cover artist.
The Truth Teller is one of the best children's fantasy book I've read in a long while.
Kurt Chambers has captured the genre with a wonderful story that will delight many a child's (and adult's) imagination.
Annie McMahon - Editor, published author and Novel Workshop moderator.
This book has everything a bestseller should have: compelling story, endearing characters, vivid descriptions, genuine emotions, and a lot of surprising twists and turns. This is a story about a friendship that transcends race, gender, age, and even realms, between Charlotte, a ten-year-old girl, and Elderfield, a teenage elf. Beautiful and heartwarming. I strongly recommend it and have reviewed Kurt’s story on my blog, Dutch Hill News.
Ralene Burke – Writer, Editor for Wives in Bloom:
Honestly, I can’t wait until my kids are old enough to read these books. Kurt has written an amazing series that emphasizes such wonderful themes as friendship, family, hope, and faith. I’ve read Truth Teller and Wrath of Siren and, even though they are MG, enjoyed them immensely. If you’re looking for wholesome reads for your children, check out the next big thing for MG.