National PTSD Awareness Day (and Month)

Today is the USA annual event, National PTSD Awareness Day.

As a PTSD victim myself (and now fully recovered), I wanted to pause to acknowledge those who currently struggle with the disorder.  It is most common among military personnel, but it can strike assault victims and victims of other traumas, too.

It can be an immobilizing, life-altering problem, which is ironic, for the cause of the disorder is another life-altering event, so both event and outcome compound the fallout.

Like most major events and interests in my life, PTSD has also crept into my fiction.  I wrote Diana By The Moon when I was still in the final stages of dealing with PTSD and the event that incurred it (a whole eight years after the event!).

Diana By The Moon is set in sub-Roman Britain, when King Arthur may or may not have been active (depending on which historical source you listen to).  The heroine, Diana, is suffering through PTSD herself, only no one back then was aware of the disorder.  The impact on Diana’s life is severe and debilitating, until the hero learns of her issues…

A heartwrenching story of love, loss and triumph.

Diana, an independent Roman woman in a time when women are mere property, is forced to provide food and shelter for an entire northern British estate.  She trusts no one.

Alaric, fierce and proud Celtic warrior, and trusted lieutenant to the upstart British leader, Arthur, must have Diana’s estate to complete his mission. Failure would doom all of Britain.

Alaric and Diana reluctantly cooperate to ensure survival, but famine, Saxon raids, a harsh winter and the coniving of mutual enemies test their resolve.

A story of sacrifice, courage, loyalty and untimately, a love that erases the boundaries of culture and upbringing, providing hope for a better future for themselves and those who follow in their footsteps.

Get your copy of the novel that reviewers call “a work of written art” and “one of the best historical romances I have read this year.”

This book is part of the historical romance series, Jewels of Tomorrow.
Diana by the Moon
Heart of Vengeance

Ancient Historical Romance Novel

Amazon Top 100 Best Seller
Amazon #1 Bestseller, Ancient World Historical Romance
Amazon #1 Bestseller, Historical Mystery, Thrillers and Suspense
Reviewer’s Top Pick, Romantic Times Magazine
Night Owl Reviews Reviewers’ Top Pick
All Romance eBooks Bestseller, Historical Romance
Frankfurt E-book Award nominee
Finalist, Emma Darcy Award
“Must Read” 2014 – Cocktails & Books

This novel drew me in so completely, so thoroughly, time just simply fadedDiana by the Moon is a work of written art. Tracy Cooper-Posey has penned a beautiful story; of one woman’s courageous journey of self-discovery amidst turbulent times.  Love Romance Passion

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