The Golden Thread

The Golden Thread : A Haven for Broken Souls Book Four

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1215 England King John's rule has developed into skirmishes of will and might with the Barons. The King's hired mercenaries are roaming with a free hand, bringing destruction and hardship throughout England. Tristan and Alinor de Clare act in support of their families and friends as they actively seek containment of the King. Sunnid's population is growing, building a better life for those in need. Together they discover the life to be gained as the haven of Sunnid is recognized. The long struggle is nearly over, and a bright sunrise promises for the future.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 362 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 19.81mm | 589.67g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507832680
  • 9781507832684

About N L Fowler

Who is Nickii Fowler? No one special. Someone very special. Someone with an identity crisis and someone who knows exactly who she is. In truth, someone who isn't very concerned about that. I am who and what I am. I have loved writing all of my life, and spent many a day in grade school writing a story while listening to the teacher. I was always good at multiple tasking even before we had a name for it. At school there was a following of students who avidly awaited the next installment of my latest scribbling. This continued all my years of school and overflowed into my working years. Until one day in my early twenties after completing three manuscripts that were accidentally tossed out, began my long waltz with writers block. Thirty five blinking' years. I could write a report for work, write essay in college, write a letter, re-write a play for church, but not one word for a story of my own. For those who haven't experienced something like this, it's extremely painful. For me it's not that I want to write, but that I have to write. Words, plots, and thoughts begin rolling around my head from the moment I wake up. They were there but wouldn't form a line to travel down my arm and onto the page. So I oil painted, traveled around the world, worked in ceramics, made a few porcelain baby dolls for my mother, crocheted some blankets, took up beading for a while, and dabbled in creating stained glass, with a smidgeon of sand blasting glass. Always there was a study of history, and my beloved genealogy. Combining the two was a natural evolution, resulting in my historical romance novels. Happy reading!show more