Monday, February 9, 2015

It Took A War Audiobook Tour

        We now interrupt this month of Middle Earthiness to bring you an announcement of a different sort. Emily Ann Putzke has released the audiobook of her novel It Took A War, and I am doing some publicity here on my blog. So without further ado, the audiobook!

About The Book:

1861 - Sixteen year old Joe Roberts leads a mundane life as far as he’s concerned. His world spins in the same circle each day: working at his family’s store, taking his sisters on boyish escapades and bickering with his rogue of a cousin, Lucas. Joe can’t understand why his mother allows Lucas to live and work with them after all the pain he caused their family. When war is declared, Joe is quick to join up and become a soldier with the 11th Pennsylvania Volunteers, but war is nothing like he imagined. To make matters worse, he must endure having Lucas in the same regiment. Can Joe put the pain of the past behind him? Forgiveness is easier said than done.

About The Author:

Emily Ann Putzke is a 19 year old Christian, homeschool graduate and history lover. Besides writing historical fiction, she enjoys photography (especially photographing her nieces and nephew), reading, spending time with her family, Civil War reenacting, traveling and a good cup of coffee. She resides in New York State where she drinks in the beautiful autumns and tries to endure the long winters.

Doesn't it sound like a splendid book? Historical fiction is one of my favorite genres, and I am really looking forward to reading this! If you are short on reading time like so many of us are the audiobook may be a great choice for you. You can listen to it in the car, while you're doing chores around the house, or any other opportunity that presents itself! The audiobook is for sale three different places:



1 comment:

  1. I was already really interested in this book, and now I'm even more so! The cover is just glorious, and I love the title-- so original.
    I think I'm going to try to get a copy of the book rather than the audiobook, though; I much prefer reading than listening.