This week’s Notable and Quotable from the Bloodlines Reforged Saga.
This week’s Notable and Quotable comes from Roland’s Path, Book I of the Heirs of Vanity Series.
If it had not been for the mystical qualities of his helm, Roland would have died that night. As Roland sat, apparently fixed upon the blade across his knees, a shadowy figure came from the dark that surrounded the camp. The figure approached Roland’s exposed back and raised a black bladed sword high, confident in his strike.
I hope this week’s newsletter finds you all well.
If you’re looking for a starter into the Bloodlines Reforged Saga, Fires that Forge and/or Roland’s Path are the starting blocks. The complete first trilogies of both are available on Amazon and can be found here; Heirs of Vanity and Lords of Order & Chaos. We have at least two more series planned (Orphan’s Blade and Templar’s Rebellion) that will go into the over all Saga. Each series is set up to stand alone, but you will find a deeper understanding of all the characters involved if you read all the series. Please consider leaving us a review on Amazon and/or Goodreads. Thanks!
Keep an eye out for the announcement of a winner in the audiobook giveaway of Heirs of Vanity, the boxset of Roland’s Path, Roland’s Vow, and Roland’s Triumph!
You can find an ever-growing glossary and geographic guide on our website here; http://www.bloodlinesreforged.com. You can also find a few spoilers such as the lineage of kingdoms, the Code of the Cavalier, and so on.
I need to tell you about His Angelic Keeper, by Melinda Kucsera. Here’s what Amazon has to say, “This summer, not all angels come in peace, and they’re not alone. One demon, two dragons, five angels, and a pack of memory-stealing beasts stand between one young woman and her past.”
There is also a group of authors available right now to read for FREE through Story Origin. The Fantasy Readers Group has a host of short fantasy tales you can download and read for FREE!
Another great tale comes to us this week from Erynn Lehtonen in Spirit of the Dragon, Book I of the Yokai Calling series. Here is what one reviewer had to say about it, “Action flows nicely and does not overwhelm the storyline. Enjoyed the character building as much as the epic battles. Particularly fascinated by the blending of Japanese folklore, the vocabulary lending it authenticity.”
On the home front, we’re going to begin creating a few videos of me reading segments of Roland’s Path and Fires that Forge which can be found on our Facebook page here; Facebook Bloodlines. We just added a new page to our website where those videos will be showcased.
Here’s hoping you’re all surviving the Big Q and adjusting to the huge changes we’re all facing right now.
We were able to return to our Silver Helm campaign this week and all had a pretty good time. The party was harried by drow making hit-and-run attacks on them as they traveled through the forests near Nolcavanor. The party’s solution? Enter the caverns of the ancient, buried city and seek the drow in their home. We left off with the party barely escaping the drow-filled tunnels to make a plan to re-group. Oh, and, as to the murder issue, they decided to let the three templars go, knowing that when the Silver Helms return to Ostbier they will likely be facing the charge of murder.
I apparently interrupted a game of hide-and-seek this past week. This little fellow found himself a pretty good spot, I must say.
Let me know how you’re doing. Feel free to drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org with word of how you’re doing, questions about our tales, or comments about the story or the world of Stratvs. If you enjoy our brand of ‘humor’ or just want more frequent updates, you can follow us on Facebook here; Roland’s Quest!
Until next time, ‘Crush your Enemies!’
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