GOOD NEWS! ‘WULFSUNA’ is now available in hardback from all usual retailers, as well as Book Depository, Foyles, Waterstones and Fishpond plus several others.


WULFSUNA is E S Moxon’s debut novel and was published on 21st January 2015 by SilverWood Books. The first adventure in the ‘Wolf Spear Saga’ series, it centres around a 5th century Saxon tribe, the ‘Wolf Sons’ named in the title. Returning to Britain to honour their warrior-lord’s dream and reunite with kinfolk who remained on the isle following Rome’s departure, little do they know the ancient saga is weaving their destiny. Meanwhile, in a small village near the west coast, a young female seer is struggling with her new-found gift. Eventually paths cross and the saga unfolds, but a treacherous rival threatens their fate. The Wolf Sons are coming. View the book trailer for ‘Wulfsuna’ here

You can purchase WULFSUNA in paperback direct from the publisher http://www.silverwoodbooks.co.uk/product/9781781322734/wulfsuna and it is available as an eBook via https://store.kobobooks.com/en-CA/ebook/wulfsuna. You can also purchase both paperback and eBook from Amazon (UK) and Amazon.com and other good retailers as e-Book and paperback.

About E S Moxon

E S MOXON has had a lifelong passion for history and writing. A childhood filled with family visits to ancient burial sites and stone circles fuelled her imagination. Inspired by classic medieval tales and Norse sagas, Elaine imagined herself inhabiting these Dark Ages and exploring the landscapes in her mind and continues to do so through her novels. The first in her ‘Wolf Spear Saga’ series is ‘WULFSUNA’ and books two and three will be out soon. When not lost in pages of the past, she lives in the Midlands with her family.
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