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review SPOILER ALERT! 2019-10-06 03:50
Her Viking Warrior
Her Viking Warrior (Forgotten Sons Book 2) - Gina Conkle

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I’ve loved Gina Conkle’s books ever since I read her first book back in 2014. She writes well-researched Viking romance that has everything from hot romance, actions and a healthy dose of what you’d call the ancient Viking lifestyle. Book 2 of her newest Viking series Forgotten Sons wasn’t any different. Her Viking Warrior had everything that you can expect in a romance novel.


The series titled Forgotten Sons is based on a band of Viking brothers where they’re mainly connected by circumstances, rather than bloodline. Book 1, Kept by the Viking largely focused on the H and h’s relationship and everything surrounding it, rather than building up a backstory for the heroes of the Forgotten Sons, as they call themselves. Then again, with 6 of them in total, I’m sure the author will reveal their stories one by one in their own books. This, I’d say, works as an element of surprise since right now you don’t know much about the Sons except for the 2 who had already had their stories told. These 6 Viking warriors had known each-other since childhood. They share a very strong bond and would do anything for one another. They’re called Forgotten Sons because of some circumstances or the other has made them leave their own home in search of glory, financial stability and, if possible, a home of their own where they can settle.


In Kept by The Viking, we’re introduced to the leader of the Sons, Rurik and a Frankish slave girl called Safira. They weren’t meant to be together though Safira needed Rurik’s help in getting away from a sh!tty household. In the end it was discovered that Safira was abducted from her wealthy merchant father’s household and sold into slavery. She wanted to get away and return to her family. Little did she know while she was planning that, that a handsome Viking would escort her. She wasn’t expecting much, but got more than what she bargained for. The story had actions and suspense, as Rurik was fighting for a land to settle down, but in a twist of fate he would have to fight someone with whom he shares his bloodline, even though no love was lost between the two. Someone who he’d hated all his life and tried his best to avoid. One of the reasons why he left his home and became a mercenary. Thankfully, with Safira by her side, Rurik would find the strength to claim what he can then rightfully call his own.

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text 2019-10-03 05:19
No update tonight
The Painted Queen - Elizabeth Peters

I wrote a little bit last night but didn't transcribe it today, so I'll just add it to whatever I do tomorrow.  Today was a busy shopping day and other chores, so writing just had to wait.


Among my morning errands was a trip to the library to pick  up a book I had ordered.  As you know, the journey from the front door to the check-out desk passes through the treacherous maze of the Fiends of the Library used book sale.  The last couple of times I've been there, I've resisted the temptation, but I was not so successful today.


I found a virtually pristine hardcover copy of Elizabeth Peters's last Amelia Peabody book, The Painted Queen, for $3 and couldn't pass it up.


And for another $1.50, a beautiful Christmas quilts and crafts book.  Not like I needed it, but, it was only $1.50.


Tomorrow I have some rocks to sort, and then I plan to spend the day reading . . . and writing.

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text 2019-10-02 05:19
70,923 -- ending for the night

I introduced a major new conflict, and I think that's why I was able to write another 300+ words tonight.


It may seem strange to be "introducing" a conflict 70K words into the book, but this is not projected to be a short project.  If it comes in under 200K I'll be very surprised.


And yes, I'm writing it for myself.  ;-)


But I may have another teaser snippet tomorrow.

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text 2019-10-02 01:16

I actually did quite a bit of scribbling last night and this morning, so when it came time to transcribe this afternoon, I was pleasantly surprised with the significant increase in word count.


I have most of the evening to myself tonight, so I'm going to try to add some more, then total it all up for tomorrow.  We'll see how it goes.

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