This post appeared on a blog now long gone, when I was first touring for the release of Bannockburn Binding. As time travel romances are creeping back into my production schedule, I thought I'd add it here. -- t. The Battle of Falkirk, reinterpreted for a modern audience. Ignore the kilts--they weren't wearing them then!
Robert, ”The Bruce”, who would become Robert I, King of Scotland 32 years later, was born on this day in 1274. He’s more famous for leading Scotland in the wars against Britain for Scottish independence, which was won at the battle of Bannockburn in 1314. Whenever I hear Robert the Bruce’s name, I always think
As most of my characters are vampires, sweet indulgences are not something they get to enjoy, although Nial, one of the heroes in Blood Knot, attempted it with severe consequences in that book. Which neatly reminded me of Garrett’s downfall in Blood Stone. Garrett, one of the heroes of Blood Stone, for some complicated reasons
It's out! It's out! IT'S OUT!!! Bannockburn Binding just hit the Amazon shelves. Here. It'll take a few days for me to get the other formats into shape and up onto the other platforms, and for them to process the files (Smashwords, etc, are much slower than Amazon), but Amazon is out!)
Time is theirs to keep. But it comes with a price. Out any day now. (Just as soon as I get the book formatted, basically.) What do you think? Book's page. In the early 23rd Century, vampires learned how to travel back in time, and created a time-tsunami that threated life as we know it,