Justine’s Judgement Book Tour & Giveaway

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Justine’s
Judgement
The
Witches of Andar Book 2
by
Ashlie Harris
Genre:
Fantasy
 
Justine’s
Judgement is the second installment in a brand new Fantasy series by
Ashlie Harris. The first book, which bears the same name as the
series itself, is entitled The Witches of Andar and was released
January 1st, 2018. 

 

 

In
this sequel to TWoA, Justine and her friends, Alice and Malinda, are
once again fighting back against the evil Duke Ebrius. Evading and
outwitting him at every turn, the witches team up with some verycolorful characters along the way. There’s Jaicor, Malinda’s
cousin and helpful aid to the witches in the early part of their
journey. Jaicor’s wife, Marcine, is a delight, as well. Their witty
banter is a heart-warming sight to the three travel-weary
women.

 

 

Later,
the group encounters, Jaicor’s markethand, Olendian, and continues
on to meet Malinda’s other cousin, Jaicor’s sister, Lady Luleth.
Lady Luleth’s husband, Lord Kelton and Jehren, a member of their
staff decide to help Malinda, Alice, and Justine when they come to
Crippen Manor looking for allies. While devising a plan to defeat the
Duke, Justine befriends a guest staying at the Manor. She is Eleyna,
a mysterious and beautiful woman who quickly becomes a close
confidant and ally. Though Justine and Eleyna form a fast bond,
Eleyna’s motives may not be as pure as she portends. Uncovering
secret pasts and unrecognized ancestries, not a soul will be left
unchanged by the events about to take place. In the end, the witches
and their friends will work together to bring down the greatest evil
to ever threaten the land of Andar!

 

The book
cover was nominated for the AllAuthor.com Cover Contest for
September!!
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support the author and vote HERE!

 

 

The
Witches of Andar
The
Witches of Andar Book 1
 
A
trio of An-Kishar witches has unwittingly become involved in a royal
coup. After saving the murdered king’s son, the foursome takes
shelter with a traveling theater troupe, hoping to stay in hiding
until the Prince is able to reclaim his throne.

 

 

Fight
alongside Malinda, Alice, and Justine to rid the kingdom of the dark
magic that threatens to run rampant. Venture into the Hanging Ferns
Forest, travel with the Thespian Connection, and help unravel the
mysteries that lie within the realm of Andar!

 

 

“Alice!…
You can’t slap a Prince!” -Justine; The Witches of Andar- Book 1

 

 

 

 
Ashlie
Harris is 30 years old and a Stay-at-Home mother of four homeschooled
children. She and her husband live in the heart of the Midwest, USA,
in a place Ashlie likes to call, “The Land of Corn and Beans”.
She has lived there all her life but may plan to move North in the
near future. A unique childhood and a passion for the written word
have served as motivation and inspiration throughout the years.
Always the writer, Ashlie can often be found asking inappropriate
questions, staring at seemingly nothing for hours on end, and
generally being completely socially awkward. Her biggest wish is for
people to look past their differences and start treating each other
as the one, single race we are- HUMAN.

 

 

In
addition to The Witches of Andar series (Book 1-Released Jan. 1st,
2018.), Ashlie is also the author of two anthologies- Extra Life &
Circles of the Soul- and one flash-fiction horror story, Midnight
Monster.

 

 
There was an unidentifiable part of her that was missing. And it was essential to being a true
An-Kishar witch. She vaguely wondered, through her heartache and temporary stupefaction,
what
that might mean. And, for the first time in a long time, she wasn’t sure what she believed.
****
The thick boughs immersed the witches in dark shadows and Malinda stopped, closed her eyes
and
concentrated. She whispered an incantation, “Pila Luminis,” and a small, glimmering light
appeared to
surround the aged enchantress, growing in its size and intensity by the second.
****
Justine, in her never-ending curiosity, pulled the dusty book from its cubby and began flipping
gingerly through the pages. The ancient novel contained pictures and stories regarding the
Gods and
Goddess of the Old World. It had been many years since Malinda had seen one of these books
and the
images brought back many memories from her childhood. Her mother, reading these stories to
her
before bed, would tell them with such intensity that Malinda nearly believed them to be true and,
to
this day, still hadn’t fully discounted the possibility. After all, the An-Kishar had to have come
from
somewhere. Justine had flipped through nearly the entire book before stopping on one page in
particular. “Look!” she said, jumping up and thrusting the book toward Malinda and Alice,
“Someone’s written something, here in the margin.” She flipped the book back around and
squinted,
trying to read the minuscule scratches, “I can’t make it out,” she said, “It looks like someone was
trying
to find the site of the Anustians, though!” Malinda was amused at Justine’s bewilderment.
“Oh, child,” said the old witch with a hearty chuckle, “Many people have tried, and failed, to
locate the
original site of the Anustians. It is not surprising to me that Jaicor would have such a tome in his
house. He, too, was told the stories as a child. It is part of the An-Kishar legacy.”
“Well, I’ve only ever heard bits and pieces through you,” replied Justine, “I’m going to ask Jaicor
if
he’d mind me borrowing this book while we’re here.”

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  1. Julie Bickham says:

    The cover is very interesting.

  2. Linda Szymoniak says:

    Oh, I’m loving the cover. This looks to be a good read. Another one to add to my TBR list!