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I’m in love with my characters again. It doesn’t always happen with every book, and sometimes, I get invested in a secondary character, who won’t shut up, and end up giving him his own story.
The only problem with writing in a series set in a universe that is as well known as the King Arthur mythology is that moving away from the known story cycle tends to annoy readers.
Luckily, the characters I’m super interested in get their own stories in later books and I’m really looking forward to…oh, a ton of moments from the lore that I’ve always loved because they’re so full of angst and tension and delicious conflict. And now I get to write them!
I think it’s far to say I’m really enjoying this series. It’s rolling, now. The major players are all on stage and the plot is getting very complicated!
That all probably sounds a little obscure. I’m trying to avoid spoilers, you see.
Mark and I have spent about six weeks now, madly ducking anything that might spoil either Avengers: Endgame, or the final season of Game of Thrones.
This weekend just past we caught up with Endgame. Now we’re working our way through Game of Thrones. I did manage to avoid any spoilers, so I’m dying to see the last episode. Mark wasn’t so lucky. He got blasted by a friend’s personal post, bewailing something-or-other that happened (Mark won’t tell me what it was). But now he knows one of the major plot points of the season, and it’s spoiling the binge just a little.
[And now, as I write this, I’ve been exposed to a massive spoiler, myself. Damnit.]
That’s why I’m being so vague.
Dare I say it? If you would like details, read the book! 😉
All she wants is to fight for Arthur and Britain.
Lady Mair is a daughter of Corneus—the house of perfect warriors—and wants only to serve Arthur, War Duke of Britain, as her brothers Lucan and Bedivere do.Yet King Alun of Brocéliande wants to make her his queen, which would mean leaving Britain and Arthur’s court.
Alun’s younger brother and Mair’s best friend, Rawn, sees things as Mair does—nothing is more important than being the best warriors they can be.
Only Mair is entangled in the politics of the kings and leaders surrounding Arthur, just as his army prepares to fight two major battles in one summer, and people wonder when Arthur will become High King of Britain.
Plus, Rawn is hiding secrets of his own, that run counter to Mair’s desperate wish to be free to fight for Britain.
This novel is part of the ancient historical romance series, Once and Future Hearts, set in Britain during the time of King Arthur.
1.0 Born of No Man
2.0 Dragon Kin
3.0 Pendragon Rises
4.0 War Duke of Britain
5.0 High King of Britain
6.0 Battle of Mount Badon
7.0 Abduction of Guenivere
8.0 Downfall of Cornwall
9.0 Vengeance of Arthur
10.0 Grace of Lancelot
11.0 The Grail and Glory
Readers have described Tracy Cooper-Posey as “a superb story teller” and her ancient historical romances as “written art”. Get your copy of War Duke of Britain today!
Praise for High King of Britain
Just go with the story as the author lays it out based on historical research from the period and it’s really a much better story than you have heard before.
You will long remember this series. Thank you Tracy for this deeply moving look into the beloved King Arthur legend.
The sword. I love this explanation for how the sword ends up in the stone. Such a great idea.
Tracy managed to humanize these larger than life icons into a story that resonates with everyone.
I think I’d like this book even if I hadn’t read the others in the series.
This series makes what always seemed an impossible legend and makes it a believable tale.
Without a doubt, this is the best of the best of Arthurian Legends. Tracy Cooper Posey has created a living and breathing story that you don’t want to put down.
It is an amazing read.
If you’ve read and loved King Arthur, you will love this story. Arthur come alive with a different spin.
I emerged from ancient Britain several hours later, having finished the book. I just couldn’t stop reading.
Not just a good series, a GREAT one. You cannot go wrong with this one.
This story will stick with me for a long time. This a story that could have actually happened, not an Arthur fairy tale.
HIGH KING OF BRITAIN is $2.99 USD only for a few more days, then will be raised to the full retail price of $4.99.
There are also a lot of promos and a massive giveaway happening in association with the launch, that features a $25 gift card to the bookstore of your choice. Click here for details about the giveaway.
Also, as the header at the top of this email informs you, for this first week of the release, the first three books of the series are discounted, so if you haven’t yet dipped your toe into the series, this will make it easier.
Book 1: Born of No Man. 99 cents until end of June 5 [Details]
Book 2: Dragon Kin: $2.99 until end of June 5 [Details]
Book 3: Pendragon Rises: $3.99 until end of June 5 [Details]
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