We’ve reached the cusp between autumn and winter. The blue loch reflects dark skies. There’s pumpkins and wind and rain and piles of leaves everywhere. Autumn is almost over.
And yet, we still have brighter days and blue skies. Sometimes.
Sisters at the Edge of the World
- The main characters are fiercely bonded chosen sisters, one of them neurodivergent.
- The story is set in 1st century Scotland and features the battle of Mons Graupius between the Roman invaders and the Caledonian tribes.
- There’s romance, but it’s rather complicated romance this time.
- The stone circle is still there in all its glory.
- The castle is not, obviously, but there is a great round house where it will be one day. And a wee hoosie in the woods.
Sally Cronin recently featured SISTERS as a new book on her shelves here.
“Ethereal and spellbinding….” Historical Novel Society
Read the article New novel highlights Roman history in North East from Grampian Online.
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10 Replies to “Blue Loch at the End of Autumn”
Congratulation, Ailish ! Sometimes we living our dream in this crazy world…its the moments, but its worthy 🙂
It is 🙂
Thanks for including the promotional link Alilish and congratulations again on the new book. xx
You’re most welcome Sally, and thank you 🙂
Beautiful picture of the loch!
Got my copy of your book, and for 99 cents! Thanks, Ailish!
That’s great 🙂
Ailish, thank you for offering Sisters for 99 cents – a gift!
You’re welcome 🙂
Beautiful words, they carry a vivid imagery. Your book is amazing too.
Thank you so much 🙂