New Release: Heart of a Valkyrie

 


It's release day for Heart of a Valkyrie! I'm excited to invite you to dive into the first chapter of Freydis Eiriksdottir's life. Freydis is well-known in history as being an explorer. Alongside her brother Leif Erikson, she is part of the earliest expeditions to the New World. But before that, who was she? This series seeks to flesh our the daughter of Eirik the Red, breathing life into her. We begin the story when Freydis is just a girl, seeing how the situations and people in her early life form who she later becomes.

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About the Book:

Born hearing the call of Valkyries.
Dreaming of distant shores.
Torn between the past and the future.
Destined to become a legend.

Iceland, 976—Freydis Eiriksdottir, born to a völva mother and berserker father, lives a quiet life on her remote farmstead in Iceland. Busy dreaming of the sea and haunted by the loss of her mother, she has no idea what the Norns have in store for her. When her father, Eirik the Red, marries the daughter of a powerful chieftain, the course of Freydis’s life changes forever.

Deciding that Freydis would be better off with the gothar, Eirik sends his only daughter to serve the Norse gods. Freydis learns the ancient ways and discovers that her world is endangered—a rising new religion threatens to reshape everything.

Amidst the uncertainty, a distant land beckons Freydis. However, as Freydis forms a close bond with Brien, an Irish thrall, she confronts the harsh realities of their world.

Readers will relish this sweeping Viking saga that chronicles the life of Freydis Eiriksdottir. Dive into The Vinland to Valhalla Saga, a thrilling Viking historical fantasy series by New York Times bestselling author Melanie Karsak.


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