Quest for Leviathan: Blog Tour

Are sea monsters a real thing? What about fire-breathing dragons? According to the Bible, there is a fire-breathing sea creature who really existed: the leviathan. Amanda Tero brings this dragon to life in her newest short story, “Quest for Leviathan.” Join Anath and his crew of ninety-nine rowers as they face the waves of the Mediterranean Sea and the power of Leviathan.

About the Story

Leviathan took the life of his father.

Anath has spent three years preparing for the voyage that will end the threat of Leviathan. Yet as the Valor launches into the depths of the Mediterranean, an inward quest also begins, taking Anath to depths he is not willing to face.

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Title: Quest for Leviathan

Author: Amanda Tero

Genre(s): Biblical Fiction/Historical Fiction

Rating: ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ (five stars)

Romance Content: None whatsoever.

Recommended age range: 12+, as there is some violence (nothing descriptive)

My Review:

This was a great short story! It was exciting, encouraging, and helpful. The scripture in the back was wonderful, and I love that the story is based on something real. 😉
And can I just say that the cover is amazing? ❤
I would definitely recommend this short story! It is easy and fast to read, but makes you think, too. I plan on reading it again in the future
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About the Author

Amanda Tero began her love for words at a young age—reading anything she could get her hands on and penning short stories as young as age eight. Since graduation, she has honed her writing skills by dedicated practice and study of the writing craft. She began her journey of publication with a few short stories that she had written for her sisters and continued to add to her collection with other short stories, novellas, and novels. It is her utmost desire to write that which not only pleases her Lord and Savior, but also draws the reader into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ.

Connect with Amanda
Email: amandaterobooks@gmail.com
Interview with Amanda

What inspired you to write this short story?

I was reading through Job and reached the latter chapters when the thought crossed my mind, “A boy whose father was killed by Leviathan. He is angry at L, and he is angry at God—yet just like Job needed to realize the power of God, so does he.”

How long did it take you to write it?

Way too long! 😉 I’m used to novellas taking a few months, but a short story? I wrestled with words for hours in writing this short story. I got the idea in June 2017, started writing it down that fall, but put the bulk of the work in January 2018, when I finally finished the rough draft. Idea to publication was right at a year.

Who do you think would enjoy this?

I hope that it will grab the attention of early-teen boys, though anyone who loves adventure and daring ventures should like it as well.

Who is your favorite character?

Leviathan! I mean… an honest-to-goodness fire-breathing dragon?! I didn’t make this guy up; I followed the descriptions in Job 41. He definitely was the most fascinating “character” I’ve ever written.

What is your favorite scene (SLIGHT SPOILERS AHEAD!!)?

Ooh, I definitely had a favorite scene, and that was when Anath actually faces Leviathan! I loved exploring Job 41 and then portraying Leviathan on the pages of my fictional story. Not to mention a sea-battle between man and monster! The confrontation between the two was definitely my favorite!

[SPOILER END]

Giveaway!
Amanda is giving away TWO print copies of “Quest for Leviathan” to one winner — one for you, and one for your friend!
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Thanks for reading!
Blog Tour Schedule:

June 8 – With a Joyful Noise (Release Day Post)

Resting Life (Spotlight, Review)

The World of the Writer (Review)

Authoring Arrowheads (Review)

Purely by Faith Review (Review, Interview)

June 9 – Victoria’s Book Nook (Spotlight, Review, Giveaway)

Bekah’s Books (Spotlight, Review, Interview)

June 11 – Clothed with Scarlet (Spotlight, Review, Giveaway)

Reveries Reviews (Review)

June 12 – Chosen Vessels (Spotlight, Review)

My Purple Pen (Review)

Read Another Page (Review)

June 13 – Once Upon an Ordinary (Review)

Maidens for Modesty (Review)

Yahweh Sisters (Review)

June 14 – Honey Rock Hills (Review)

Life of Heritage Corner (Spotlight, Review, Interview, Giveaway)

Kaylee’s Kind of Writes (Review, Interview)

June 15 – The Red-Hooded Writer (Review)

Blossoms and Blessings (Spotlight, Review, Interview, Giveaway)

Lit Aflame (Review, Interview)

June 16 – The Left-Handed Typist (Review)

Encouraging Words from the Tea Queen (Review, Interview, Giveaway)

June 18 – Great Books for God’s Girls (Review, Interview)

Peculiar Miss Darcy (Character Interview)

June 19 – Done in Love (Spotlight, Review, Interview, Giveaway)

Creating Romance (Spotlight, Review, Giveaway)

June 20 – Keturah’s Korner (Review, Interview)

Rock and Minerals 4 Him (Spotlight, Review, Giveaway)

June 21 – A Baker’s Perspective (Review, Giveaway, Character Spotlight)

Christian Author: A.M. Heath (Review, Interview)

June 22 – Writings, Ramblings, and Reflections (Review)

Views from the Window Friend (Review)

Hunting for Truth (Spotlight, Review, Giveaway)

June 23 – Reading on the Edge (Spotlight)

Summer Snowflakes (Review, Giveaway)

June 25 – With a Joyful Noise (Giveaway Winner Announced)

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8 thoughts on “Quest for Leviathan: Blog Tour

  1. Bekah says:

    I really enjoyed “Quest for Leviathan”. It was quite thrilling! It was funny that the timing of when I read this book lined up with actually reading Job 41–the description of Leviathan.

    I really enjoyed reading Amanda’s answers to your questions. 🙂
    -Bekah

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