Today marks the release of the third collaborative novel I have ever had the pleasure of taking part in! First time around my co-authors and I explored the destruction of Pompeii; the second time around, Queen Boudica’s rebellion against Rome. For our third endeavor, the team (mostly the same lineup, with some delightful new faces replacing those too deadline-slammed to join this time around) tackled the Trojan War.
The result? “A Song of War: a novel of Troy.”
Our third collaborative was bigger, longer, and darker than either of our previous efforts–we like a challenge! And in the process of its creation, we had about as much fun as is legally possible to have while still calling it work. Approximately three million emails passed between the seven of us as we wrote, debating everything from the political complexities of the Bronze Age to the knotty issue soon known as “that effing Trojan fleet problem.” We’re all very proud of “A Song of War,” and we hope you enjoy it too.
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