On this beautiful rainy, grey morning, I’m thrilled to blog about the True-Blood.net review of Avalon Revisited.
As an avid fan of both the books and HBO series True Blood, I am particularly honored by this review. The wonderful people at True-Blood.net wrote a lovely post about my little book. Here is a sample:
“I enjoyed the weaving together of history and fantasy in this story. I like reading about the ‘what-ifs’. In this case, what if Henry VIII’s older brother did not die the final death, but lived to watch him take his place on the throne of England with his wife as his queen. Being inside Arthur’s head during this book helps us to feel the pain of betrayal and of knowing you can’t do anything to stop the flow of events. I started out thinking that our hero was really horrible and not wanting to read further. By the end of the book, I was won over completely.
This book is cleverly written with enough humor to take the edge off of the sadness…”
Read more over at the True-Blood.net site.
Get a little reading done to help pass the time until True Blood S4 starts. I know I will be, reading and writing.
If you’d like to delve into this dark story of debauchery, betrayal, and love, find out the many ways you can get your hands on a copy of Avalon Revisited *here.*