Monday, January 7, 2013

My first "May I Borrow From Your Book?" letter, which I posted last week, was for Lena Goldfinch. Today I'm pleased to share a little more with you about her novella, The Language of Souls, which was recently re-released as a YA read. Then on Friday, January 11th, Lena will be giving away an e-copy of the novella, and you can enter to win by completing a fun puzzle featuring the book's intriguing cover - so be sure to stop by!
About the Book

"Solena, a young healer with a generous heart, is desperate to heal her dying grandfather. When she ventures into hostile territory to find a rare herb, she finds out just how much she’s risked when she’s captured by the enemy and accused of being a spy.

As a soldier, Rundan has struggled all his life to please his father, a ruthless army commander, but when he’s ordered to take the beautiful trespasser to the royal courts, where she’ll be summarily tried and executed, he’s plagued by the most inconvenient desire to protect her.

Though terrified and anxious to escape, Solena is confused by the handsome young soldier who cruelly captures her and then displays uncommon kindness. When he risks his own life to save hers, she discovers she may have risked more than her life… she may have lost her heart.

TEEN FICTION, ages 12 and up"

About the Author

From Lena's website: "I live in a scenic small town in Massachusetts with my husband, two kids, and a very spoiled Black Lab. In my not-so-murky past, I've worked as a software engineer and a web designer, and now love writing fiction. I also love horses, Xbox Dance Central DC, and Tai Chi, a relaxing but challenging form of exercise/martial art (which is way harder than it looks! ;)).

For reading, I'm a sucker for a good old-fashioned romance, whether it be a traditional Regency, historical romance/mystery, or, naturally, young adult fantasy. I love watching movies with my family and going for walks around a nearby lake, with my very spoiled Black Lab, of course.

Besides wanting to be a writer, I always wanted to be an artist. Although I ended up enjoying a wonderfully fulfilling career in software engineering and web design, I still absolutely LOVE design. Nowadays, I employ both my computer and artistic skills designing my website and also book interiors & covers."
Want More?
  • You can buy the book now on in e-book (only $.99!) or paperback format! 
  • Check out Goodreads for a sneak peek at the cover and synopsis of Lena's next release - a full-length YA fantasy romance novel called Aire!


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