Pagan Warrior

Today, I’m excited to share the new cover for Pagan Warrior, the first book in a trilogy about the mighty King Panda of Mercia in seventh-century Britain. (Pagan Warrior was first released as Hædfeld in 2015). I’ve also given the book the once-over and edited and tidied it a little as I’ve gone. It’s reminded me of just how much I love the characters, the time-period and the story.

Designed by Shaun at Flintlock Covers

I’m also taking Pagan Warrior, and the trilogy, onto other ebook platforms – so, readers on Apple, Nook, Kobo, and other retailers, as well as Amazon, can now enjoy Pagan Warrior as well. The audiobook is also under production, and will be ready in the coming months. And the paperback is now available from retailers other than Amazon, and the hardback is available on Amazon:)

If you’ve not read Pagan Warrior yet, here’s the blurb:

Britain. AD632.

Penda, a warrior of immense renown, has much to prove if he’s to rule the Mercian kingdom of his dead father and prevent the neighbouring king of Northumbria from claiming it.

Unexpectedly allying with the British kings, Penda races to battle the alliance of the Northumbrian king, unsure if his brother stands with him, or against him as they seek battle glory for themselves, and the right to rule gained through bloody conquest.

There will be a victor and a bloody loser and a king will rise from the ashes of the great and terrible battle of Hædfeld.

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