Book Six: Falcon Blue

the first reincarnation

 

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I know… it’s a little unusual, making the first awakening of my triad after Crete, number SIX in the series. But early in life I was inspired and influenced by C.S. Lewis, who did something similar with his Narnia Chronicles. Did you know that originally, The Magician’s Nephew was Book Six of that series? For those who haven’t read them, The Magician’s Nephew was a prequel to The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.

So here I go, emulating a great writer in my own little way. And yes, all of the above is a load of doo-doo.

Truth is, I didn’t intend to make Falcon Blue part of my series. I was going to go along in linear fashion, 1,2,3,4,5,6 and 7. But as I kept on writing, developing the story and the goal, I realized it had to be included. Interested readers had to see the beginning.

So, TA-DA, Falcon Blue was germinated, watered, nurtured, and is nearly to the “born” stage.

 

Aodhàn Mackinnon told the story of Eamhair, Cailean, and Taranis in The Sixth Labyrinth.

He lied.

Here is the truth.

When Eamhair was very young, her mother promised that one day, a being from the sea would take her away from her father and brothers. From that day on, she waited and wished for the king of the seolhs.

Suffering from wounds and the fatigue of war, Cailean journeys as far north as the land can take him, following an inexplicable compulsion and hoping to find peace.

Taranis, succumbing to the relentless lure of a dream, chases it all the way to the deadly cliffs at the outer fringes of land.

Cape Wrath, Scotland. The first reincarnation.

 

Mist shrouds our eyes and stoppers our tongues, a grey, damp silence broken only by the softest sigh, like a dawn breeze. We know not how many centuries pass: we feel not the flow of time, until She turns her far-seeing gaze to us.

When we gasp and draw our first breath, we are newborns who never fought great wars, or loved deeply, or brought harm upon one another.

So the journey begins.

we are become Athene’s wanderers…

 

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About Rebecca

Welcome. I'm the author of "The Child of the Erinyes" series, which follows a woman and her two lovers through time, beginning in the Bronze Age and finishing up in the near future. Women's historical fantasy and pre-Hellenic Greek myth, all rolled up together. (Oh and yes, a love story.) To quote the YouTube trailer: "Smart young princess. Hunky macho warriors. Exotic island paradise. Politics, natural disasters, and forbidden love. An epic story. What more could a reader want?"

Posted on March 24, 2018, in Book Six: Falcon Blue and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Ooh, sounds great. When is this one out? 🙂

  2. Well I hope readers like it. A few more months, I think. It’s going through final edits. Thanks for swinging by, Dale!

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