Invaders are coming to take what isn't theirs, again.
Neala wants to stand and fight for her homeland, but as one of the last druids, she may be standing alone.
Persecuted, hunted down, forced to live in obscurity, the druids have all but given up. Can the determination of a girl who has barely come into her power bring them together? Or, just when she finally finds her place among her kind, will they end up losing a homeland their very magic is tied to?
I thought I'd include this little bit from Heather:
This novel is intended for mature teens and adults as it contains some difficult subject matter.To add this novel to your Goodreads lists click here. To pre-order a signed hardback (to ship at the end of May), click here.
I had to throw that warning in because I had one person who was disturbed by some of the subject matter in The Secret Of Spruce Knoll. To Ride A Púca is a much darker novel than Spruce Knoll and will certainly not be appropriate for some readers. Slavery, oppression, and violent situations are within this novel. It certainly falls under the dark YA catagory. But it is also about hope, love, and belonging. It releases this May!
And, on to the "news" part of the post. I am trying to get over 1000 likes on my Facebook page and I need your help...like the page, and once I get to 1000 likes I will give away an ebook copy of Lacrimosa AND share some special news about Book #2. When I wrote this post, we were a mere 135 "likes" from our goal...
The second bit of news, there are only a few more days to get in on the international Goodreads giveaway for LACRIMOSA -
What news do you have?