The source of writer’s inspiration always intrigues me. More so when a novelist writes historical fiction and is drawn to write of past times. Today my guest is Rebecca Lochlann, author of The Child of Erinyes Series.
The Child of the Erinyes series is mythic fantasy fiction, “loads of testosterone, slaughter, and crazy magic” (with a dose of romance.) The Year-god’s Daughter is her first novel: Book One of The Child of the Erinyes Series. The Thinara King has just been released in both digital and paperback forms, and the third book, In the Moon of Asterion, will be available by the end of the year.
Rebecca has always believed that certain rare individuals, either blessed or tortured, voluntarily or involuntarily, are woven by fate or the Immortals into the labyrinth of time, and that deities sometimes speak to us through dreams and visions, gently prompting us to tell their lost stories. Who knows? It could make a difference.
The Thinara King is the second book in a series. What was the inspiration for this series and how many books can we look forward to reading?
More threats loom on the horizon—Greek kingdoms see a weakened Crete as easy prey. Chrysaleon faces his own demons as he feels the shadow of death over his shoulder. Will he thwart his fate? No other man ever has.
The Thinara King at Barnes and Noble: http://tinyurl.com/7j6m8tb
13 May 2012 by Elisabeth Storrs
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