Guest Blog: The Sun God’s Heir

Welcome to the Book Tour for The Sun God’s Heir: Rebirth, Book 2 in Elliott Baker’s new series!
Book Information:
Title: The Sun God’s Heir: Rebirth, Book 2
Author Name: Elliott Baker
Genre(s): Historical Fiction, Fantasy
Release Date: April 18, 2017
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About The Sun God’s Heir: Rebirth, Book 2:
The Count of Monte Cristo meets ancient Egypt in this riveting sequel to The Sun God’s Heir: Return.
Set during the wave tossed years of white slavery and Barbary pirates, this is the epic story of René Gilbert, a journey that defies time as he must draw on a larger awareness earned in previous lifetimes.
The plague’s dark fingers curl around Bordeaux. René must return home to save those he loves. But first he has to escape a Moroccan sultan’s clutches. In Bordeaux, an enemy waits, filled with a hatred three thousand years old. Only René can defeat this dark power, and only if he reclaims his own ancient past. In this arena, death is but the least of failure’s penalties.
Meet the Author:
Award winning novelist and international playwright Elliott
Baker grew up in Jacksonville, Florida. With four musicals and one play
published and produced in the United States, New Zealand, Portugal, England,
and Canada, Elliott is pleased to release his first novels. The Sun God’s Heir: Return, book one of
the trilogy, was released this past January, and book two, Rebirth will come out on April 18th, followed in July by
the third and final book of the series, Redemption.
A member of the Authors Guild and the Dramatists Guild, Elliott lives in New
Hampshire with his wife Sally Ann.

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(P.S. – Book 1 is Free!)

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Hello to my International Readers!

Hey guys – wherever you are hailing from, it is great to have you!

As part of my recent blog tour, I recently ran a competition for five people to win one of my books. I was absolutely blown away by the sheer numbers of people who entered; not only because there was a huge number, but because they were based in countries from all over the world.

You’d think that I’d be used to this. After all, I have people reading my blog from countries as far away as Romania, Brazil, and even Ghana. As a writer from the UK, that is pretty mind blowing. I guess I am one of that strange generation that is young enough (just about!) to remember growing up in a home without a computer. The internet made a funny little tune whenever we logged on, and you couldn’t talk on the phone at the same time.

If you had told me then that I would soon have my historical novels read by people from across the globe, I definitely would not have believed you! I still have to remind myself that this is really happening sometimes. Living by my pen gets a lot easier when I receive feedback and hellos from readers across the world that love what I write. Which is just of mental.

So: where are you from? I’d love to find out a little bit more about the people that are reading this blog and reading my books, so why not say hello in the comments? You can also like my page on Facebook and follow me on Twitter. Let’s see what the furthest place from me you hail from today!