Book Tours: Starter Day Party for Lay of Runes: Dwarf’s Ransom


I’m hosting the starter day party today for the book tour for fantasy short story “Lay of Runes: Dwarf’s Ransom”. The tour runs from April 1 to April 8.

Tour Schedule

April 1st: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading

April 1st: Book Review @ Books, Books and More Books

April 2nd: Book Excerpt @ Indy Book Fairy

April 4th: Book Review @ PRATR

April 5th: Book Review @ A Novel Kind of Bliss

April 7th: Book Review @ Fantasy Book Lane

April 8th: Promo Post @ Nat’s Book Nook

About the Book

coverTitle: Lay of Runes: Dwarf’s Ransom

Author: M.L. Larson

Genre: Fantasy

Jari, a young dwarf from an isolated kingdom, is sent out to find his trouble-making brothers. After being saved by a stranger from being trampled by a horse, Jari finds himself with a new companion in this strange land. As they search for Jari’s kin, they find more trouble made than either of them had anticipated. Soon, Jari’s missing brothers are implicated in the murder of a god, making their return home all the more urgent. But when they are finally found in a distant land, troubles only seem to get worse for Jari and the companions he’s picked up along the way.

Author Bio

ML Larson first started writing in grade school, and never stopped. There have always been stacks and stacks of notebooks cluttering up rooms ever since, full of meandering stories and complex worlds filling up the house. Soon, those notebooks became huge folders on his hard drive and in Google Docs. Right now, he’s in the process of taking many of those old stories and finding the hidden gems in them.

Miles reads just about anything, but it’s the Thor comics that gave him the idea for his current series, Lay of Runes. Norse gods with pizza and cell phones is an idea that amuses him endlessly. While that aspect isn’t part of Lay of Runes, a lot of the surrounding attitude about the characters has. The idea that gods are stories gave him the idea to approach the myths and characters from a different direction, as if the stories we know today are the result of word of mouth stores being twisted and exaggerated over time.

When he’s not writing, Miles enjoys doing needle and yarn crafts. He lives in Portland.


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