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The Winter of Winters is going on tour with Rachel's Random Resources, if you wish to participate please contact me on rachel@rachelsrandomresources.com with your name, blog name, preferred post type and availability. 

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The Winter of Winters by Robert M. Kidd

Genre: Historical Fiction set in ancient Rome

Tour Dates: 25th June - 1st July 2021

Publication Date:  21st May 2021

Formats available: Mobi,  Epub, PDF or Paperbacks

Standalone Second Book in a Series

Estimated Page Count - 325

Types of post available: Reviews, extracts, guest posts and Q&As

218 BC. Hannibal’s exhausted army staggers down from the last Alpine pass like a rabble of half-starved savages, the remnants of a once magnificent army that had set out from the Rhodanus with such hope. Now there is no way back. With the legions of Consul Publius Scipio closing fast, Carthage needs its Gaulish allies like never before. But where are the Insubres? Where are the Boii? Where are the thousands of warriors pledged by solemn oath?

 

In the maelstrom of battle, Sphax, nephew of Hannibal, forges a reputation as the scourge of Rome. But will his ingrained recklessness and quest for honour set him at odds with the forbidding genius of his uncle? Only one thing is certain in this winter of winters, a great battle is coming that will decide the fates of Rome and Carthage.

About Robert M. Kidd

When Cato the Censor demanded that ‘Carthage must be destroyed,’ Rome did just that. In 146 BC, after a three year siege, Carthage was raised to the ground, its surviving citizens sold into slavery and the fields where this once magnificent city had stood, ploughed by oxen. Carthage was erased from history.

That’s why I’m a novelist on a mission! I want to set the historical record straight. Our entire history of Hannibal’s wars with Rome is nothing short of propaganda, written by Greeks and Romans for their Roman clients. It intrigues me that Hannibal took two Greek scholars and historians with him on campaign, yet their histories of Rome’s deadliest war have never seen the light of day.

My hero, Sphax the Numidian, tells a different story!

When I’m not waging war with my pen, I like to indulge my passion for travel and hill walking, and like my hero, I too love horses. I live in Pembrokeshire, West Wales.

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Blog Tour Schedule

Maximum 3 stops per day.  Confirmed blogs will appear here. 

25th June

  1. ramblingmads.com 

  2. sharon beyond the books

  3. Nicki`sLifeOfCrime

26th June

  1. Four Moon Reviews

  2. Snowphiethebookworm

  3. Historical Fiction with Spirit

27th June

  1. Jessica Belmont

  2. BooklyMatters

  3. The Magic Of Wor(l)ds