Author Spotlight-Michael Dellert

Michael Dellert

In honor of his recently released novel, A Merchant’s Tale, I would like to present Michael E. Dellert. A Merchant’s Tale is the sequel to his first novel, Hedge King in Winter.

MICHAEL E. DELLERT lives in the Greater New York City area. Following a traditional publishing career spanning nearly two decades, he now works as a freelance writer, editor, publishing consultant, and writing coach. He is also the sole writer, editor, and publisher of the blog MDellertDotCom: Adventures in Indie Publishing. He holds a Master’s Degree in English Language & Literature from Drew University, and a certificate from the Cornell University School of Criticism & Theory (2009). He is the author of “Hedge King in Winter” and “A Merchant’s Tale,” the first two books in the Matter of Manred Saga.

Hedg King in Winter

Hedge King in WInter: First Tale in the Matter of Manfred

The official blurb:

The king is crippled. Can his brother hold the kingdom together against the machinations of their rival uncle?

What reviewers are saying:

“Filled with enthralling characters, I found the Novella’s plot to be robustly developed, and down right original. Albeit original, this fantasy period piece reminds me of a blend between, HBO’s, ‘The Game of Thrones,’ and History Channel’s, ‘Vikings.'”-Amazon Customer

“Although this is outside of the normal genre of books that I tend to gravitate towards, I thoroughly enjoyed the story. Looking forward to further development of the characters in the next novel”-Christopher Cunningham

“I enjoyed this book very much. The attention to detail and professional layout makes thus an easy and delightful read. Highly recommended”-K. Meador

A Merchant's Tale

A Merchant’s Tale: The Second Tale of the Matter of Manfred

The official blurb:

Corentin, a young foreign trader of the House Pelan arrives in the uncertain lands of Droma, tasked to deliver a mysterious chest to a far-away sage in a remote corner of the kingdom. Accompanied by his mercenary bodyguard, a native scout, and the young local priest named Adarc, he sets out on a journey that will change his life forever.

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