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More Buzz for Tina LeCount Myers and The Song of All!

As you’ll all no doubt be aware, last week marked the publication date of Tina LeCount Myers‘s The Song of All, a dark epic fantasy debut novel featuring a former warrior caught who must fight for the survival of his family in a harsh arctic world inspired by Scandinavian indigenous cultures.


We’re huge fans of this incredible book—which you might have been able to guess if you’ve seen how excited we got with our cover reveal + excerpt post and/or our full jacket post—but we’re also extremely proud of its brilliant author, who made the media rounds last week in service of The Song of All.

tSoA author photo

So, we just want to take a quick moment to link you to a couple recent articles and interviews with Tina. Here, you can get a glimpse of her Scandinavian roots and what they mean to her, can find out what book inspired her to change her life, and can get to know her a bit better in two fun and entertaining interviews.

Read on, then—and don’t forget to come back and check out The Song of All, available now!

First, at LitHub:


Then, at Tor.com:

The Book That Helped Me Expand My Horizons

Finally, interviews at the Debutante Ball and the Qwillery:

The Debutante Ball Interview + Giveaway

The Qwillery Interview

EDIT: Another article has gone live now at the site of Mary Robinette Kowal:

My Favorite Bit: Tina LeCount Myers talks about THE SONG OF ALL


And, while we have you here, we may as well remind you of some of the praise The Song of All has already received:

“This unique tale is woven from a wide variety of both familiar and new threads. For readers interested in Scandinavian literature, the Viking era, or epic fantasy.” —Booklist

“A beautifully realized world, both familiar and strange, with charismatic characters and a rich tapestry of history. . . a vivid and engrossing debut.”—Anna Stephens, author of Godblind

“Fantasy served cold and raw.” —Deborah A. Wolf, author of The Dragon’s Legacy

“Intense and as sharp as an icicle, Myers delivers a bloody tale about the choices between family and honor, and what happens to those caught between. The Song of All is an epic fantasy well worth your time.”—Teresa Frohock, author of Miserere: An Autumn Tale

“A compulsively readable tale, steeped in mythology, suffused with magic, and beautifully realized. Highly recommended.” —David B. Coe, author of The LonTobyn Chronicle series


Remember to come back soon for more info—Dreams of the Dark Sky, the sequel to The Song of All, comes out next February, so we’ll have lots to share about it soon!

And follow us on Twitter @NightShadeNews for more updates, and keep checking back here for more posts, announcements, and cover reveals—we’re always putting up new content!