Rebecca Lochlann fell in love with the stories and myths of the ancient Greeks and wrote her first story at a very early age, due in part to the children’s book, D’Aulaires’ Book of Greek Myths. She has continued to hone her craft, alongside education, work, marriage, and child rearing. She has owned and operated a successful writing/editing company, and has earned a living in various occupations. As a freelance writer she provided articles on demand for marketing use and teaching seminars, and, for ten years, worked as a bookseller. Now she has joined with Erinyes Press to publish and distribute The Child of the Erinyes series, mythic fiction beginning in the Bronze Age and winding up in the near future.

The seeds of this series were planted in the seventies, after reading Moon, Moon, by Anne Kent Rush, and Dawn of the Gods, by Jacquetta Hawkes. Two months in Scotland provided invaluable material and insight for the history and setting of what would become the fourth book. About fifteen years altogether were spent researching the Bronze Age segments of the series, and encompassed rare historical documents, mythology, archaeology, ancient writing, ancient religions, and volcanology. For Rebecca, a rather obsessed historian,  the research never really ends.

The Year-god’s Daughter, her debut novel: Book One of The Child of the Erinyes Series, made its worldwide debut in November, 2011, and was followed by The Thinara King in May, 2012. In the Moon of Asterion, Book Three, arrived on digital bookshelves in April, 2013: the paperback version arrived on bookshelves in November.

The series continues to burgeon as she splits these hefty books into manageable installments. In the Moon of Asterion wraps up the Bronze Age segment. Then comes The Sixth Labyrinth, the Scots segment, which may well grow into its own trilogy. When the Moon Whispers and Swimming in the Rainbow finalize things. All in all, the series spans nearly 4000 years.

Biggest writing Influences? Patricia A. McKillip, Margaret Atwood, Anita Diamant, Peter S. Beagle, Anne Rice, and Yevgeny Zamyatin, to name a few.

Though she has no conscious memory of living in the settings she writes about, (well, except one: okay, maybe two), she does believe in the ability to find a way through the labyrinth of time if one is determined, and she’s learned that if we keep our eyes and ears open, ancient deities will speak in dreams and visions, gently prompting us to tell their forgotten stories.

Who knows? It could make a difference.

Book Trailer for The Year-god’s Daughter  (1:49) at YouTube: click here.

Please “like” Rebecca’s Facebook Book Page: here.

Excerpts of the various stories at Blogger: here.

By signing up for her email newsletter, you’ll receive announcements of new releases and/or special offerings for subscribers. Your inbox will never be cluttered up with needless chatter, nor will your email address ever be shared. It’s easy: just enter your email address, approve it, and, to be safe, add Rebecca (and Erinyes Press) to your approved addresses so the emails don’t disappear into a junk folder. Here’s the link.

The main purpose of this website is to share some of the interesting source material that appears in these stories, and specifically a few of the historical nuggets of gold unearthed during Rebecca’s research journey. Hopefully, it will provide answers to possible questions that might arise.


The Year-god’s Daughter, Book One of The Child of the Erinyes Series, The Thinara King, Book Two, and In the Moon of Asterion, Book Three, are all available, in both digital and paperback forms. Click on the page ‘Links to Purchase” for ordering info.

  1. Love the blog Rebecca!

    Thanks for the follow by the way!



  2. The energym to do that fifteen years of research while writing those articles and doing child rearing, running an editing business…well, it’s paid off in those great books.

  3. Your Blog is lovely and why my Sister nominated your blog for the “One Lovely Blog Award” — please check out her post at: http://roosterladysays.com

    Marisa Meissa

  4. Hello there, I just wanted to let you know that you’ve been nominated for The Very Inspiring Blogger Award, for more information click here. http://laurynapril.blogspot.com/2013/03/the-very-inspiring-blogger-award.html

  5. Hi Rebecca, I love reading your posts so I’ve nominated you for The Liebster Award for bloggers. You can check my nomination and how to participate in this award here:


  6. Hey, Rebecca. Do you have a subscribe by email to your site somewhere. I don’t think I have subscribed ’cause I don’t get your new posts in my inbox and I can’t find it.

  7. Rebecca,

    “The Year God’s Daughter” is highlighted today on eBookDaily.com:


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