Skip to content

Announcing a new book by talented author, Andean White: Spring Saboteurs!

September 21, 2015

Spring's Saboteurs Cover

“Today I’m interviewing talented author, Andean White about his new book, Spring Saboteurs. I know you’re Welcome, Andean. We’ll get right to the questions.”

Tell us a little about your new book, Spring’s Saboteurs.

Prince Argo has arranged the deaths of his older sister and two brothers. Now the king, his deceptive and clever planning skills set in motion, hoists a multifaceted revenge scheme to overthrow Manshire Province. Kidnapping Queen Althea’s younger sisters initiates a whirlwind sequence of events threatening the lives of the Manshire Queen, the Captain of the Long Bows, the Queen’s husband, and the province. Lieutenant Charles Cromwell, Argo’s Field Commander, has trained a militia four times larger than the Manshire Long Bow Knights. His vast battle experience makes him the perfect leader for Argo’s scheme.The scheme is so well planned; the first elusive clues evade Captain Oscar until the ransom letter arrives. Oscar must marshal all of his skills and separate reality from ruse provided by mysterious characters with ties to Argo.I loved your first story, Winter’s Thief, Brad. This one sounds equally exciting. I can’ t wait to read and review it!

Tell us something about your main character. Is he/she your favorite?

Oscar is the ultimate good guy—Captain of the Long Bow knights, Queen Althea’s most trusted knight, widower, and father. He has dedicated his life to Manshire Province.

My favorite character is Bernard the surprisingly gentle hermit. Bernard has a mysterious sense of timing. He is completely comfortable with his modest existence, which is a sharp contrast to his educated manners and speech. Everyone that meets Bernard, and his wolf Exeter, leave with a feeling that he is more than just a hermit who happens to be the brother of the enemy king.I loved Oscar in the first story. He is valiant and a great hero. Looking forward to meeting Bernard.

For more of this interview, please follow this link:

Reblogged from Thoughts and Ideas from Deanie Hlumphrys-Dunne

Copyright 2015: Deanie Humphrys-Dunne

One Comment
  1. Thanks for following my blog, Chris, the Story Reading Ape and for commenting on the new interview.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: