Rave Reviews Book Club Springtime Book & Blog Block Party

Ronald E. Yates is an author of award-winning historical fiction and action/adventure novels, including the popular and highly-acclaimed Finding Billy Battles trilogy.

Greetings and welcome to the Rave Reviews Book Club Springtime Book & Blog Block Party @ The ForeignCorrespondent Blog coming to you from Murrieta, California.

 Casa Yates, Murrieta, Ca.

As a thank you for stopping by I am giving away:

Three (3) e-book or softcover copies of Finding Billy Battles (Book 1 of the Finding Billy Battles Trilogy)

Three (3) e-book or softcover copies of The Improbable Journeys of Billy Battles (Book 2 of the Finding Billy Battles Trilogy)

Here is the Amazon link to both books: https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B001KHDVZI/-/e/B00KQAYMA8/

Number of winners: 6

Below you will find a little information about my award-winning trilogy as well as some suggestions and thoughts on writing and some information about an upcoming book signing.

Feel free to check out the rest of my blog for past posts on writing and other topics as well as a recent interview about writing Historical Fiction I did on the New Books Network. Interview re Historical Fiction on the New Books Network

About the Finding Billy Battles Trilogy

The Improbable Journeys of Billy Battles is the award-winning second book in the exciting and adventure-filled Finding Billy Battles trilogy. It begins in 1894 after Billy has suffered the tragic loss of his wife. He is aboard the S.S. China; an ocean-going steamer headed for French Indochina where he hopes to find an old friend as well as some solace in his disastrous and heartrending life.

On the way, he meets Katharina von Schreiber, a recently widowed and mysterious German baroness. The two form an unlikely bond that leads them both from one perilous escapade to another. Eventually, Billy is inadvertently embroiled in the revolt against the French in Indochina. In so doing he is perhaps the first American to become entangled in a country that will eventually be known