Today is the final day of the Rave Reviews Book Club’s “Bethany Turner Pay It Forward” week. For those of you who aren’t familiar with #RRBC, it is an online book club designed to promote Indie authors on Twitter and other social media platforms, and through honest book reviews. It’s a great group, and if you are an author or a reader of indie books, you should consider joining #RRBCconsider joining #RRBC. The positive attitude that is part of the foundation of this club is simply amazing.
Today I get to spotlight the author of Four Pieces For Power: Book 1 of the Vendicatori, Marc Estes. Marc is a highly supportive member of #RRBC, and it gives me great pleasure to share a little bit about him and his book with you today.
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Four Pieces For Power
When mysterious strangers arrive athe home of Andrew Correo, they provide him with life changing news. He learns of the Vedicatori, a secret organization established by his ancestors, an organization he now has the chance to inherit control over. In order to gain this control, he needs to compete with Robert Stavero in a global scavenger hunt. They must search for four illusive crystals that, when brought together, will tell them their final destination. Also in Edson, Monica Correo is planning a wedding to her love, John Weaver. With the wedding so close to Halloween, the pair decide to have a masquerade ball for the wedding reception. It will be an event no one in Edson will ever forget. With just a clue and limited guidance, both Andrew and Robert set out on their secretive journey. For both, the path leads to mystery, suspense, and self-discovery. As Andrew looks forward to his future, while putting parts of his past behind him, Robert grows greedy and develops a love for deception and hate. The hunt brings them through the ruins of Teotihuacan to the Eternal City and its history, but who will have the cunning to come out on top?
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Award winning writer, Marc Estes, is proud to present his debut novel, Four Pieces For Power, Book One of the Vendicatori. This marks the first in a series of Vendicatori novels developed by Mr. Estes. He is a two-time winner of the Vermont Playwright’s Award for his plays, What Would Dickens Do? and Glass Closets. What Would Dickens Do? also won the 2012 Robert J. Pickering Award for Playwriting Excellence. His play, Gumbo (adapted from the short story by Charles Huckelbury) was a finalist in the 2011 Safe Streets Arts Foundation Short Play Competition and was presented at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. His play The Practice of Killing (co-written with Robert Johnson, and adapted from the short story by Mr. Johnson) has been published in the Spring 2013 edition of Tacenda Literary Magazine. Estes is a native of New England and graduate of the University of New Hampshire.
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Thank you for stopping by my blog today, & for supporting talented author, Marc Estes.