My Father, My King Delivers the Next Episode in the Second Son Chronicles
Discover what happens after the King’s big banquet in Volume 2 of the Second Son series created for fans of Renaissance and medieval fiction.
Flower Mound, TX (PRUnderground) August 22nd, 2019
In the wake of positive reviews for her debut novel, Second Son, Pamela Taylor returns with the next installment of Alfred’s story. In a world that’s changing faster than anyone had imagined, Alfred must contend with rising military tension, his brother’s outrageous behavior, and the lingering demons from his time in captivity. Though he still has no insight into the mysterious destiny foreseen for him by his grandfather, Alfred must fulfill his duties to king and kingdom while the man who took him captive is still out there, still intent on extracting revenge.
Pamela Taylor brings her love of history to the art of storytelling in the Second Son Chronicles. An avid reader of historical fact and fiction, she finds the past offers rich sources for character, ambiance, and plot that allow readers to escape into a world totally unlike their daily lives. She shares her home with two Corgis who remind her frequently that a dog walk is the best way to find inspiration for that next chapter.
Ms. Taylor is available for speaking or signing events, book club discussions, or interviews with media, bloggers, or reviewers. Contact her through her web site or through her publisher, Black Rose Writing.
Learn more about the author and the series at https://pamela-taylor.com.
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