Saturday, August 16, 2014

Young Knights of the Round Table Gold Award Winner

Received word tonight that Young Knights of the Round Table: The King's Ransom is the 2014 Gold Award Winner in Juvenile Fiction for Global eBooks!

Sincere thanks to all at Muse It Up Publishing include publisher Lea Schizas, editors Anita Nolan, Greta Gunselman, and cover artist Kaytalin Platt.

Three Friends   Three Quests   Three Mysterious Predications

In Medieval Wales, 11-year-old Prince Gavin, 13-year-old orphan Philip, and 15-year-old blacksmith apprentice Bryan are brought together in friendship by their mentor the Wild Man. When an advisor to Gavin’s dad King Wallace is murdered and the valuable jewell known as The King’s Ransom is stolen, the Wild Man is captured and proclaimed to be the culprit.

Gavin, Philip, and Bryan bravely vow to clear their friend by taking the Knight’s Oath and embarking on individual quests to save The Wild Man. In the end, each one faces their fears and even death in their determination not to fail, and one will disclose the biggest secret of all.

Also available in paperback with it's new cover.


Currently on tour with Mother Daughter Book Reviews and Orangeberry Book Tours.


  1. I could imagine all children being absolutely in love with this book! I think the story is wonderful and I would love to own it!

    I am glad I found your post at the Kid Lit Blog Hop, thank you for linking up!


    1. Maria, thanks so much for stopping by and for your gracious comments!

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    1. Thank you, LInda! Thanks also for stopping by and hopping with us.

  3. Yay! Congrats on the award. That's awesome :)

  4. Woo-hoo! Great news! Congratulations, Cheryl :D

    1. Thanks, Jemima. Getting ready to head your way. Going to get a first-hand look at St. David's Head and the rest of Wales!

  5. Congratulations Cheryl! Woot woot!! :-)