Blog Tour-Plantation Nation by Mercedes King

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Historical Fiction
Date Published: May 27, 2014

Sixteen year old Emma Cartwright runs away from her family’s South Carolina rice plantation after a slave is beaten to death. Determined to join the fight against slavery, Emma enlists in the Union Army disguised as a young man. Nothing could prepare her for the sacrifices needed—and for falling in love for the first time.

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Mercedes King

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Mercedes King is an Ohio native and founding member of Sisters in Crime Columbus, Ohio (affectionately dubbed SiCCO). With a degree in Criminology from Capital University and a passion for writing, she crafted O! Jackie, a novel focusing on the private life of Jackie Kennedy. She has also written The Kennedy Chronicles, a series of short stories featuring JFK and Jackie before they were married and before ‘Camelot’. Mercedes writes in a variety of genres, including historical and mystery / suspense. In fact, she’s working on creating a new genre, ‘modern historical’.

Her newest release, Plantation Nation, follows the journey of Emma Cartwright, a 16 year old Southern girl who disguises herself as a young man and joins the Union Army.

Visit her sites, OJackiebook.com or Mercedesking.com . Contact her at Mercedes ‘at’ ojackiebook ‘dot’ com. You can also connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Website: http://www.mercedesking.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mercedes.king.1806
Twitter: @Mercedes_King_
Blog: http://mercedeskingblog.blogspot.com
Instagram: mercedes_king_author

BUY LINKS

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Plantation-Nation-Mercedes-King-ebook/dp/B00KL13VPY/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1401195061&sr=1-1&keywords=plantation+nation+mercedes+king#_
Barnes and Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/plantation-nation-mercedes-king/1119608604?ean=2940149211289

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4 thoughts on “Blog Tour-Plantation Nation by Mercedes King

  1. I think the historical aspect is very interesting and the chance to see the civil War through the eyes of a young woman. That’s an unusual perspective on that war. Thanks.

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