Blogger Book Fair, Day Five: Featuring Tracy Falbe

BBF Promo 2As the Blogger Book Fair winds to a close, I want to add another thank you to both those who have joined me on my blog and those who have permitted me onto theirs. I relish the chance both to explore new authors and become acquainted with new readers. As such, I sincerely hope if any of these books have caught your eye, you have taken the chance to get to know a new novel.

I promise I am not the jealous type. 😉

Now, for my last feature, I have the pleasure of welcoming Tracy Falbe to my blog. As she has an added treat to share, I shall not bend your ear any longer.

Without further ado… (And yes, you know how it goes by now. Giveaway information is toward the end.)


Journey of the Hunted ( Werewolves in the Renaissance 2)
Genre: Fantasy | Adult

Journey-of-the-Hunted-1500Facing uncertain destinies, Thal and Altea must escape Bohemia. The Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand himself has signed the warrant for Thal’s capture on charges of shape shifting and the killing of Jesuits.

A hefty reward attracts countless bounty hunters into the heart of this 16th century Christian empire. Thal emerges from hiding with his young wife Altea who is barely recovered from torture at the hands of witch hunters. With his werewolf powers, he battles the bounty hunters and begins a daring journey across the Holy Roman Empire.

But more than men stalk him. Servants of Tekax, sorcerer to the Turks, have been unleashed upon his trail.

The werewolf Rotfeng covets the enchanted fur that lets Thal change form at will, regardless of the phase of the moon.

Worse yet comes Janfelter, an undying fext created in the dark fortress of Tekax.

These heartless killers are tasked with stopping Thal from reaching his father Sarputeen, the arch nemesis of Tekax. Thal’s only refuge awaits him in what is left of the Kingdom of Hungary after a Turkish conquest. In the remote castle Vlkbohveza the ancient sorcerer Sarputeen lives untouched despite widespread persecution of magic users and pagans.

Although Thal longs to be with his own kind, he worries about the reunion with his father. It was Sarputeen’s magic that made Thal a werelord, a master of wolves. But what shall the sorcerer require of his creation now that Tekax aims to settle an old score?

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Although Journey of the Hunted is the second book in the Werewolves in the Renaissance series, it can be enjoyed as a stand alone novel. You can pick it up and understand it without needing to read the first book Werelord Thal. I’m creating a complete story within each book in the series, so people can enter the adventure at any point.

Cast List for Journey of the Hunted

I prepared this cast list for Journey of the Hunted similar to how characters are listed at the start of Shakespeare plays. I thought this befitting of the story’s setting in the year 1561.

The Cast of Journey of the Hunted

Thal Lesky, a werewolf
Altea Kardas, a confessed witch
Regis, singer and harpist of Venice
Raphael, lutist of Venice
Carlo, zink player of Venice
Mileko, protégé of Sarputeen
Sarputeen, sorcerer and father of Thal
Rotfeng, a werewolf
Petr, a priest
Simona, a priestess
Guther, a bounty hunter
Hammerlith, a miner and dwarf
Tekax, a sorcerer
Janfelter, an assassin
Emil, servant of Sarputeen
Sir Krengar, a knight of Zilina
Karl Thurzo, Duke of Zilina


About the Author

Writer of indie fantasy for people who don’t do what they’re told. I live between a little lake and a pond. The water is a great comfort to me. I love both dogs and cats. Writing is my chosen craft, and I’m slowly building a decent little business out of it.


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About Connor

Peter Dawes is the pen name of USA Today bestselling author of dark and historical fantasy, Connor Peterson. Local to the Philadelphia, PA area, Connor is the wordsmith behind the Vampire Flynn and Deathspell series and has also contributed to the story cycle Red Phone Box (published by Ghostwoods Books) and the anthology Nocturnal Embers (published by Crimson Melodies Publishing). He is also a member of the LGBTQ+ community, an active participant in the Philadelphia writing community, and volunteers as a municipal liaison for National Novel Writing Month. While Peter Dawes is also the name of the fictional protagonist of the Vampire Flynn books, Connor assures the reader he is not now, nor has he ever been a vampire. (Any similarities are purely coincidental.) You can follow him on Twitter (@peterdawes) and Facebook (@AuthorPeterDawes), where he actively avoids being on time for any of his publication deadlines.

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