This is a reblog of a post by M. J. Porter who is graciously hosting my blog tour of Skull’s Vengeance. Please see my interview with her which includes some photos of Dover Castle and Dover Cliffs. Also, check out her website for exciting historical fiction books that she has authored.
I’m delighted to have the opportunity to grill Linnea Tanner about her new book, Skull’s Vengeance.
Thank you, MJ, for hosting my blog tour ofSkull’s Vengeance(Curse of Clansmen and Kings, Book 4) and for giving me the opportunity to discuss some of the resources I used to research the history and mythology of Celts in Roman Britain.
- Is there a book that first inspired your passion for the era of Roman Britain?
Although the setting of the book is toward the end of the era of Roman Britain, I was first inspired about the time period with Marion Zimmer Bradley’s novel,The Mists of Avalon. The novel explored pagan beliefs and rituals of the Celts which were being replaced by the Christian religion. This novel introduced me to the concept of a “sovereignty goddess” who confers sovereignty on a mortal king in a ritual union…
View original post 1,060 more words