Medieval Monday | Celebrating the Dragon Knights
Welcome to a special Medieval Monday in the tavern!
Today kicks off the start of a huge celebration for the Dragon Knights. Ten years ago this month, I signed my first contract with The Wild Rose Press for Dragon Knight's Sword. Never did I imagine the journey I would walk with these stories and those that followed. From the highs to the lows, I've embraced and learned from my experiences.
Thank you—to those who started at the beginning with me, and also to those who are new to my stories. Your support means the world to me and is truly appreciated!
During the next couple months, I’m visiting some wonderful blogs. Each one will be different—from sharing a recipe, the variety of animals in my stories, research and musical inspiration, interviews, and 10 reasons why you should read the Dragon Knights. I hope you'll come along and visit these amazing authors' blog. Psst, I’m even going to have a scavenger hunt for a prize, so stay tuned for more details. I'll try to provide links, but you'll be able to follow along on my facebook page HERE.
Order of the Dragon Knights ~
They were an ancient order, descended from the great Tuatha Dé Danann, the Sidhe, or in simpler terms: the Fae. Half-human and half-fae, each knight blessed with mystical powers. Given to them were holy relics from the Fae and guardianship over their Dragons.
They were known as the Dragon Knights.
However, some believed the Order had too much power and they tried to possess it for themselves. They were evil and twisted, and their plan succeeded one fateful night. The brothers of the Clan MacKay—Dragon Knights, fought a battle. Blood spilled onto holy ground, bringing forth the wrath of the Fae. Their relics were taken, and the Order was banished—each name stricken from the hallowed halls of the Fae.
The Clan MacKay is no longer.
The Dragon Knights have scattered across the land.
Yet out of the darkness, they will each fight for redemption, and the women they love.
For a limited time, Dragon Knight’s Sword is on sale for 99¢ from Amazon. Grab your digital copy today or collect them all!
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Before you leave, don’t forget to check out the other Ladies of Medieval Monday to see what they have to share:
Lady Anastasia: https://www.anastasiaabboud.com/a-little-romance
Lady Barbara: http://www.barbarabettis.com/index.php/blog/