|This week’s Notable and Quotable from the Bloodlines Reforged Saga. |
This week’s Notable and Quotable comes from Fires that Forge, Book I in the Lords of Order and Chaos Series.
Hours later he finally found a watchman that remembered seeing Steward Silas. He had traveled through the gate with cart and horse, bound for the edge of the mountains to the southeast. The sun had set by then so Dunewell borrowed a torch. The tracks of the horse and cart were easy enough to follow as long as Dunewell remained on foot holding the torch low to the ground.
He finally found a place where the horse had been left untethered; a fact he deduced from the flurry of tracks. Casting about he found Silas’s boot prints and followed them to a clearing nearby. He found scorch marks on the ground but nothing he could make sense of. As he cast about, he heard the sound of pages flapping in the slight breeze. Following the sound, he discovered the tome the mage had spoken of. It had been cast aside some distance from the symbol remnants.
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; 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 a Fantasy tale from Georgina Makalani, The Empty Crown. Here’s what one Amazon reviewer had to say, “Dingy dragon! Georgina delivers one unique spin, tapping all the emotions running rampant, throwing this baby into a tizzy with stunning results, binding this baby together piece by piece. Showcasing the intimidating trials and challenging tribulations, stumbling through the crazy twists and wicked turns, testing them in ways they never saw coming.”
This week’s collection of tales is titled Books with a Journey! Check out the link for a huge group of works focused on different characters’ travels. All on KU available to read for FREE!
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.
This week we had a great time at the Bowie Public Library meeting fans and making new ones. We meant to get more pictures of the event, but we were a bit too busy after things really got started.
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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