It is time! Knights of the realm, you must heed the call! Join me and the amazing Travis M. Riddle for this round of Call to Arms! The coveted prize of this Tourney: his whimsical and humorous Spit and Song*, the second standalone novel in his Ustlian Tales series, available November 19th!
CONTEST STARTTuesday, November 12, 2019CONTEST ENDFriday, November 15, 2019THEMEFOOLISH MUSICIANS
The rules are simple. Reply to this tweet with your best FOOLISH MUSICIANS GIF, add #CallToArms, and retweet to enter. The Tourney is open to knights all throughout the realm (worldwide), so come on over to Twitter and bombard Travis with your best! Once the the contest ends, he’ll choose his favorite, and his Champion wins the loot. They’ll also take their rightful place in our Circle of Champions!
For more info, visit Call to Arms.
* So sorry, but the sword and phone are not included.
Kali is a merchant who yearns to leave the harsh deserts of Herrilock and travel across the sea, trading goods and soaking in the sights and cultures. With a new potion on the market undercutting her profits, though, her seabound dreams are put on hold indefinitely.
Failed musician Puk hits rock bottom after yet another catastrophic performance. Wandering the city streets in search of any sip of booze or whiff of fire-spit he can get his hands on, he resigns to the fact that he’s stuck in the desert with no way back home to Atlua.
Until one day, their paths cross with an illicit job opportunity. With its hefty payday, Kali and Puk could afford to finally escape the desert heat and set sail across the gulf.
The black market job would see them travel endless dunes on a road made from a massive dead beast’s ribs and out to a mythical city in the sea, scuffling with monsters and thugs in search of a long-lost book that might be the most dangerous object in the world.
How hard could it really be?
TRAVIS M. RIDDLE lives with his pooch in Austin, TX, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in English Writing & Rhetoric at St. Edward’s University. His work has been published in award-winning literary journal the Sorin Oak Review.