Eliza Noel here. I'm excited to reveal Morgan Huneke's cover for her book The Crossways. To see a list of the other blogs participating in this cover reveal click here. Just to keep you all waiting on the edge of your seats to see the cover, here's a little bit about the book first :)
About the Book
“M’lady, it has been fairly well confirmed that the Redona was hidden away by the merfolk at the conclusion of the Great War instead of destroyed as was commanded. My brother has confirmed to me Joseph’s belief that it was concealed at the Crossways.”
Toarna pressed her fingertips together in thought. “It must be recovered and destroyed as was at first intended.”
Emily, Allan, Jill, and Joey have been reunited with their long lost ancestors. But with that reunion comes the true beginning of their quest: free the rightful king of Calhortz so that he may be restored to his throne. The Redona, the only object that can free him from his long imprisonment, is rumored to be concealed in The Crossways, a mountain across the sea which cannot be entered.
A slave since birth, Adriel’s resentment and hatred towards the strytes only grows as his family is continually ripped from him. He longs for the freedom the Time Captives are prophesied to bring, but he doubts their existence, just as he doubts God’s love. Circumstances in Calhortz are so dire. How could they ever improve?
Who can enter The Crossways? Will the king ever be freed? Or will the slaves of Calhortz lose all hope of freedom before it is even offered to them?
The Crossways is the second book of the Time Captives trilogy, a tale of faith, family, fantasy, and a fight for truth and freedom.
The Crossways, Time Captives book 2, will be released on October 19th, 2015. Stay tuned on Morgan’s blog and Facebook page for more information and sneak peeks.
Oh, fine. I won't keep the cover to myself any longer. Here it is!
I love the cover and hope to read this series very soon :)
About the author:
Morgan Elizabeth Huneke is a homeschool graduate who lives in Georgia. She has enjoyed creating characters and writing stories since early childhood. Her other interests include reading, playing the piano and violin, and politics. She is the author of Across the Stars and The Experiment.
I interviewed Morgan!
What is your favorite book you've written?
Ummm….. It’s so hard to choose! The Experiment is and always will be special. The Crossways and Crannig Castle are about my favorite character. Espionage was so full of political intrigue and character awesomeness and is the only one to leave me with the burning desire to write a sequel. My outer space dystopian is very dear to my heart. I can’t pick just one! Though since only one of those is published at this moment, if you’re asking published books, The Experiment takes that place.
What book idea do you most look forward to writing?
It doesn’t have a name yet (really needs one), but its nickname is “The Storyless Storyboard Story”…I created a Pinterest board with things I wanted to use for a story, and used it to brainstorm one. It has, well, half a story now. It’s sci-fi, but in a fantasy world, and involves kidnapping and brainwashing and evil scientists and bionics and has awesome characters and a world I really need to build and it feels like it’s going to be bigger and better and sadder than anything I’ve ever written…if I can get all the details worked out.
That's exciting :)
What is your favorite classic book?
I thought for a while about this one. I think I’m going to go with The Silver Chair by C.S. Lewis. I love SOOOO many classics, but the Narnia books are some of my top childhood favorites, and The Silver Chair is my (most of the time current) favorite Narnia book. But I could choose so many others. I love books so much.
The Narnia series is wonderful!
Thanks for giving me the opportunity to interview you!