Call to Arms: Of Honey and Wildfires by Sarah Chorn

by Justine Bergman
Of Honey and Wildfires by Sarah Chorn

Knights of the Realm, the time has come to answer the call! Join me and the amazing Sarah Chorn for some giffing madness in this round of Call to Arms. The coveted prize: eARCs (yes, plural!) of her upcoming alternate Wild West novel Of Honey and Wildfires.

Of Honey and Wildfires by Sarah Chorn


CONTEST STARTWednesday, April 22, 2020CONTEST ENDSaturday, April 25, 2020THEMEOUTLAWS FOR LIFE

The rules are simple. Reply to this tweet with your best OUTLAWS FOR LIFE 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 Sarah with your best! Once the the contest ends, she’ll choose her favorites, and her Champions win 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, rope, rattlesnake, and phone are not included.


From the moment the first settler dug a well and struck a lode of shine, the world changed. Now, everything revolves around that magical oil.

What began as a simple scouting expedition becomes a life-changing ordeal for Arlen Esco. The son of a powerful mogul, Arlen is kidnapped and forced to confront uncomfortable truths his father has kept hidden. In his hands lies a decision that will determine the fate of everyone he loves—and impact the lives of every person in Shine Territory.

The daughter of an infamous saboteur and outlaw, Cassandra has her own dangerous secrets to protect. When the lives of those she loves are threatened, she realizes that she is uniquely placed to change the balance of power in Shine Territory once and for all.

Secrets breed more secrets. Somehow, Arlen and Cassandra must find their own truths in the middle of a garden of lies.

The Authors

Sarah Chorn

Sarah has been a compulsive reader her whole life. At a young age, she found her reading niche in the fantastic genre of Speculative Fiction. She blames her active imagination for the hobbies that threaten to consume her life. She is a freelance writer and editor, a semi-pro nature photographer, world traveler, three-time cancer survivor with hEDS, and mom to one seven-year-old, and one rambunctious toddler. In her ideal world, she’d do nothing but drink lots of tea and read from a never-ending pile of speculative fiction books. She has been running the speculative fiction review blog Bookworm Blues for eight years. 


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