A friend sent me this photo of her summer reading.
Another friend posted a picture of Camelot & Vine, with her tropical drink, on the beach in Mexico.
My friends are giving me ideas.
Camelot & Vine where you are! Send me a picture of your copy of Camelot & Vine, where you’re reading it, and it will show up here.
It could be a nightstand, a beach, a coffee shop, or a car seat. (Excuse me, why are you reading while you drive? That’s as bad as texting! )
photo by Susan James Carr
Just send it. There are no prizes (except notoriety and a photo credit), and you retain all rights to your photo.
My new novel, Camelot & Vine, is getting great reviews!
What people are saying about Camelot & Vine…
“Camelot & Vine is a clever intersection of a delightful contemporary heroine and well-researched historical fiction. Petrea Burchard has used the beloved Arthurian legend as the background for a great time-traveling tale that becomes a personal journey for her main character and for us as readers. The setting is lush and rich and the characters are familiar but fresh at the same time. It’s filled with humor, myth, warmth, wisdom and a loyal steed! What more could you ask for in a book?” — Lian Dolan, LA Times best-selling author of Helen of Pasadena, Oprah.com blogger and Chaos Chronicles podcaster
“It is the rare book that makes me banish the family and hole up in my room turning page after page, but Camelot & Vine is just that book. This tale of an LA poser in King Arthur’s court combines character-driven writing with great pacing and action. The fact that it also includes fascinating period details, a tweaking of ancient legend, and a sexy King Arthur for grown ups makes it the perfect indulgence for those days when you just need to live in another millennium.” — Margaret Finnegan, author of The Goddess Lounge:
“Petrea Burchard’s protagonist, Casey Clemens, is catapulted from her steady-as-she-goes life as a sort-of famous TV-commercial actress into another time and place—literally. This captivating tale takes readers on a journey from a Hollywood set to King Arthur’s castle, and it has it all: adventure, humor, love, and peril. A fresh take on the legend of Camelot.” – Colleen Dunn Bates, Founder/Publisher of Prospect Park Books:
“Fanciful, fun, and touching.” — Dianne Emley, LA Times bestselling author of the Detective Nan Vining series