Robyn Hood: A Girl’s Tale

So I was talking with a friend the other day, complaining about the pacing problems in Robyn Hood. She suggested I just cut the book in half and release the first volume now, giving me ample time to fix those pesky issues that pepper the second half. So that’s what I did.


Oohhhh the cover is so pretty!

Anyway, Robyn Hood: A Girl’s Tale is available for FREE right now on Amazon! Click here to download it! This book giveaway will last from February 19 to February 22, so download your copy before time runs out! A brief description of the book is found below, but before you start reading can I please, please assure you that yes, there will be a sequel? (Please don’t throw anything, I didn’t MEAN to leave you at such a cliff hanger at the end of this book, it just happened! Please don’t leave me my beloved readers!!)

Robyn Hood: A Girl’s TaleThe ballads lie. Robin Hood, the Bold and Brave Outlaw of Sherwood Forest, is cowardly, spineless, and a girl.

Robyn unwittingly starts the Robin Hood farce when she is mistaken for a male while saving her friend, Marian, from two foresters. Forced into hiding, Robyn unwillingly collects “Merry Men” while grudgingly robbing from the rich fools that wander through Sherwood. What starts as small scale robbery blows up into complex heists when Little John and Will Scarlet join her team, and the idiotic Prince John and his legion of soldiers comes to town. However, Robyn can’t stop the theft—not when King Richard is being held ransom.

Cowardly Robyn’s best chance to raise money for King Richard’s release is to rob his brother, Prince John. Will she survive the heist, or swing in the gallows?

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