Welcome to my tour stop for Storms of Lazarus by Karen Kincy. This is the second book in the Shadows of Asphodel series. This is a new adult dieselpunk romance and is now available! The tour runs August 11-22 with reviews, interviews & a few guest posts. Check out the tour page for the schedule and more information.
Storms of Lazarus (Shadows of Asphodel #2)
Sometimes escape is impossible. Sometimes love isn't enough.
1913. Christmas Eve. Ardis hardly expects a quiet holiday with Wendel, between fleeing Constantinople and hiding from an ancient society of assassins. And they owe a debt to a certain archmage.
In Königsberg, Prussia, they work with Konstantin on the next evolution of Project Lazarus. Wendel once called Königsberg home, the city now besieged by the Russians and their clockwork engines of war. This may be Wendel’s last chance to save his family and find redemption, but he's tormented by nightmares and tempted by laudanum. Ardis fears her love isn’t enough to save Wendel. Her hands are full piloting the automatons, and she's terrified to tell him a secret of her own. Will they—and their love—survive the storms of war?
About the Author:
Karen Kincy (Kirkland, Washington) can be found lurking in her writing cave, though sunshine will lure her outside. When not writing, she stays busy gardening, tinkering with aquariums, or running just one more mile. Karen has a BA in Linguistics and Literature from The Evergreen State College.
PLEASE WELCOME KAREN TO BOOKHOUNDS
1. What is the first book you remember reading by yourself as a child?
Matilda by Roald Dahl, a birthday present from my mom and my sister.
2. What are you reading right now?
I’m reading Gilded by Christina L. Farley. Not too far yet, but I’m liking the Korean myths.
3. How does your garden grow?
In containers on my balcony. I put my citrus trees outside for the summer. They are my babies, since I grew them from seed and I’ve had them for years and years now.
4. What is the last thing you Googled?
Ummm. (mumbles) Some hot guy or another. For research. Really.
5. What makes you cringe?
Bad reviews. I think this is true of any author, even if we try not to read them!
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