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November 23, 2014 posted by Nichole

Blog Tour: Birth of a Destiny by T.R. Milne

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light bearerBirth of a Destiny by T.R. Milne

YA Fantasy/Adventure


Evil stalks her. True love finds her. Destiny claims her.

Rose wakes from a coma to find her life has changed forever.

Her parents were killed in the accident that nearly claimed her life. Now orphaned, her mother’s sister brings her to live in the country with her cousins, who quickly make their resentment known.

Once courageous and full of life, she only wants to be left alone to wallow in the murky shades of grief. Yet, evil stalks her dreams, and fate moves her towards her destiny.

Ghostly meetings, attacks under the cloak of storms, and a threatening dark presence brings danger and adventure to Rose, her cousin and new friend. Her special abilities, known to no one, must remain a secret – somehow.

The trio uncover a portal that takes them to a magical kingdom threatened by an evil creature thirsting for eternal darkness. Only one can stop him . . .

Already heart-broken after the loss of her parents, Rose struggles to deal with the hostility from her cousins, the constant danger, and the guilt that keeps her from Diamond, her horse. But, she is totally unprepared for a turn of events that has staggering consequences. Her special abilities are strengthened as she is tested, time and again.

Birth of a Destiny is the first book in the Light Bearer series. It is the beginning of a tale of a lost champion, found by fate and guided by love – growing through adversity and turmoil – on a journey that becomes a crusade. Readers will join Rose, a young girl crossing to a young woman who must travel dangerous and unexpected paths to recapture her warrior spirit, heal her heart and claim her destiny.

About the Author:

TR Milne

T.R. Milne was shaped as a writer by early childhood where she grew up in a haunted house on a farm where her imagination grew wild.

Her love affair with writing began nine years ago, when her first child was still a baby. Since then, between working part-time and parenting a  brood of scrumptious children, she has been writing during little stitches of “free” time in coffee shops, kitchen tables, libraries, and her study.

She now lives with her husband and three children in Melbourne, Australia where she is a Change Manager and Author.

T.R. Milne finds inspiration for writing in all the things that bring light into her life T.R. Milne loves writing for Young Adults, stirring their fertile imaginations and eager sense of adventure. Birth of a Destiny, the first in the Light Bearer series, is her debut novel.


The Tour:

January 1st
Lisa Loves Literature – Promo Post
Little Miss Trainwreck – Guest Post
January 2nd
Counter Culture Critic – Promo Post
January 3rd
The Book Beacon – Interview
January 4th
I Sold My Soul For Books – Interview
Just One More Chapter – Promo Post
January 5th
Taffy’s Writings – Promo Post
January 6th
Mythical Books – Guest Post
January 7th
YaReads – Promo Post
January 8th
Cassandra M’s Place – Promo Post
January 9th
Elizabeth Delana Rosa: Book Lover & Creator of Worlds – Promo Post
January 10th
A Little Bit of R&R – Promo Post
January 11th
BYOBook – Promo Post
Archaeolibrarian – I dig good books! – Promo Post
January 12th
Elizabeth Kirke Writes – Interview
January 13th
Little Miss Trainwreck – Review
January 14th
RoloPoloBookBlog – Guest Post
Book Lovers Life – Promo Post
January 15th
The Moral Of Our Stories – Review
January 16th
I Feel the Need, the Need to Read – Promo Post
January 17th
I Feel the Need, the Need to Read – Review
platypire reviews – Interview
January 18th
I Sold My Soul For Books – Review
Book Lovers Life – Guest Post
January 19th
The Book Beacon – Review
Cassandra M’s Place – Guest Post
January 20th
Counter Culture Critic – Guest Post
NaYa Books and More – Promo Post
January 21st
Books and Ashes – Review
platypire reviews – Review

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