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Daily Deals: The Copper Sign and Twist n’Catch

The Copper SignToday Amazon offers to your attention a novel about a girl who will stop at nothing to achieve her dream of working as a swordsmith. The name of novel is The Copper Sign and it was written by Katia Fox. And the price is $0.99 compared with yesterday’s $7.99.

England 1161: Ellen, a blacksmith’s daughter, wants to become a swordsmith, but for a girl this profession is unimaginable. Forced to run away from home, she disguises herself as a boy and wins the opportunity to travel with a famous swordsmith to Normandy, where the sons of the greatest barons are trained to be knights. Under the assumed identity of Alan, Ellen is able to learn the trade and become familiar with court life. But when she falls in love with Guillaume, a brilliant knight, her secret is threatened and Ellen must run for her life. Across countries and time, Ellen struggles to achieve her dream of working as a swordsmith and eventually forging a sword for the king. It is a quest rich in intrigue, betrayal, and treachery. As epic as it is intimate, The Copper Sign is a passionate tour de force that will leave you breathlessly awaiting book two, The Silver Falcon.

Some words about the Author

Katia Fox, born in 1964, grew up in Germany and southern France, and started her career as an interpreter and translator. After the birth of her third child, she turned her attention to the English Middle Ages and started to research blacksmithing. That research directly inspired the first installment in her captivating trilogy set in medieval England, The Copper Sign. Katia Fox lives with two of her three children splitting her time between a small town near Frankfurt and Provence. She also visits England as often as possible to continue her research.

Translator Lee Chadeayne is a former classical musician, college professor, and owner of a language translation company in Massachusetts. He was a charter member of the American Literary Translators Association and has been an active member of the American Translators Association since 1970. His translated works are primarily in the areas of music, art, language, history, and general literature. Most recently this includes the bestselling The Hangman’s Daughter by Oliver Pötzsch and The Copper Sign by Katia Fox.

 

Twist n'Catch

Test your adventuring skills in Twist n’Catch, an action-packed game of puzzles and dexterity for your Android device. You’re the intrepid explorer Emmet Black, and your gig is treasure hunting. Travel the world over, discover exotic places, and bring back riches galore!

Accompanied by your faithful companion, Sergeant Cookie, you drop yourself into dangerous realms in search of diamonds and sapphires. Held in mid-air by nothing but a rope and your own self-confidence, your task is to find a way to collect gems while avoiding innumerable obstacles and traps.

To the Victor (and Sergeant Cookie) Go the Spoils

There’s no shortage of fun in this test of skill and prowess. Solve more than 120 levels as you explore three full universes of adventure.

You’ll swashbuckle your way through Aztec temples, ancient Egyptian tombs, deadly pirates’ lairs, and much more, marveling at the exotic sights and steeling yourself against unknown terrors you have yet to face.

Do you have the courage to forge ahead where other adventurers have turned back? Will your rope twist at just the wrong moment? Will Sergeant Cookie toss his cookies? There’s only one way to find out. Good luck!

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