EDMONTON, Alberta, Feb. 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Family strife, love, intrigue and much more are playing out in the Ancient Greek world of Goddesses and Gods. Magic and mystery are the order of the day as energetic young author Erin Kinsella tells the compelling story of Persephone, a Goddess without a title, and the romantic adventure she faces alongside the God of the Underworld, Hades.
When it comes to the idea of who a person is, how they view themselves and who recognizes their identity, responsibilities and accomplishments; many people have strong opinions, especially women and girls, who have often faced challenges in this area. What if not just humankind, but goddesses and gods also had these obstacles facing them? That's the intriguing question asked by Erin Kinsella, in her new novel "Olympian Confessions: Hades & Persephone," in a romantic, exciting and compelling way. Readers have responded with enthusiasm.
"'Olympian Confessions' was very much a work of passion and I'm very happy to see it published," commented Kinsella about her new book. "It's an adult fantasy novel, but I think many readers will be able to relate to and appreciate some of the situations and challenges Persephone faces in the story. She's a compelling character and I hope people enjoy reading about her as much as I did enjoy writing about her."
The book is available at all major online retailers, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Chapters Indigo in paperback, hardcover and e-book.
Kinsella is a Canadian based writer, who bases much of her writing on her extensive world travel.
Early reviews for "Olympian Confessions" have been passionate.
One customer wrote, "There are two sides to every story, history is written by the victor not the vanquished. Mythology is humanity's version, what they feared and misunderstood most was portrayed as evil, but what was the untold story? This book explores the hearts and minds of the Immortals, shows us their human side as they face challenge and heartbreak and maybe proves we really were created in the image of the Gods. This is mythology's 'other side of the story', it was both refreshing and entertaining. If you know Greek mythology you should enjoy this behind-the-scenes interpretation, if you know little of mythology you may find this the most interesting history lesson ever. I look forward to future works from this new author."
For more information, be sure to visit http://www.erinkinsella.com.
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