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Saturday, June 20, 2009

Saturday Spotlight - Hwyela Lyn!

Hwyela Lyn hails from across the ocean in a small town in England. She writes fantasy and futuristic romance. Today she's here to talk about her latest release, Children of the Mist.

Two minds united against a common foe. Two hearts afraid to show their love: Long ago Tamarith fell in love with a man she can never have, and is convinced she will never love another. However, she cannot help but be intrigued by a handsome stranger whose psychic powers exceed even her own. Vidarh seeks only to find his true purpose in life and to win the regard of his father, who eschews his son’s psychic abilities. Thrown together by a common threat to their planet, then torn apart by an evil greater than any they could have imagined, can Vidarh save the lovely Nifl woman who has captivated him, before it is too late? Will Tamarith and Vidarh overcome the deadly enemy who threatens to destroy all they know and love? Will they find the happiness they both seek? Or are they fated to live their lives alone?

Tamarith stopped and gazed for a moment across the water. The G-type sun, now fully risen, caused the lake to shimmer like a veil of golden silk, with scarcely a ripple disturbing its calm. The pastel-colored walls of the graceful buildings on the shore reflected the glow of both suns. In the distance, the mountains encircling the settlement reached high into the cerulean sky. The swirling mist that hid their summits was as much a part of Niflheim as the earth upon which she and Vidarh stood.

She sensed his mind discreetly touch hers and realized he was staring at her keenly. She turned back to face him, returning his questioning glance and studying him in turn. Taller than average, and broad-shouldered, today he wore a sleeveless, belted leather shirt over thick breeches, with long, icecat-wool lined boots. His upper arms were well muscled, his skin tanned as if he were used to working outdoors. His curly, dark auburn hair, kept away from his face with a plain leather band, reached almost to his shoulders.It caught the sun’s rays and gleamed like the polished dark red wood of the trees that flanked the feet of the mountains.

She took in his clear, hazel eyes, with their friendly twinkle, the long, straight nose, strong jaw line and smiling mouth. He would have been fighting off the local unattached young women if the situation they found themselves in were not so serious. Not that she was particularly interested in his looks, or those of any other man, for that matter.

No, something else about Vidarh of Ragnak excited her curiosity.

Along with here other books, Children of the Mist is available now from The Wild Rose Press!Find out more about Hwyela by visiting her website and/or blog.

Well Friends, that wraps up another edition of Saturday Spotlight. Hope to see you again next week!

Until next time....Be Blessed!


Sharon Donovan said...

Hi Pam and Lyn. Well what perfect timing. I have just finished Children of the Mist and am here to tell one and all it is a real page turner, full of suspense, drama, adventure and romance that will tug at your heart and leave you in awe of Lyn's fabulous imagination. Congratulations, Lyn. Well done, my friend. You have crafted another time travel that has truly captured my attention. I loved this book and was rooting for Tamarith and Vidarh to the end. Another best-seller, Lyn! Best of luck with sales.


Sharon Donovan
Romantic Suspense with a Twist of Faith

Hywela Lyn said...

Thank you so much Sharon, you are always so supportive and I'm thrilled and flattered you enjoy my work.

Thanks also to Pam for having me here today!

Liana Laverentz said...

Congratulations on your latest release Lyn! Wow, Sharon has already read it! Way to go to both of you, and thanks Pamela, for doing this for your fellow authors. I don't always comment, but I do check them out.

Laurean Brooks said...

What an intriguing excerpt! I think it takes a special talent to write this kind of story. And evidently you have it, Hwyela.

Congrats on a soon-to-be best seller.


Suzanne Brandyn Author said...

Hi Pam and Lyn,
I had to pop over Lyn, although aware of what is happening in your world, I don't always comment.

I just wanted to say, what an intriguing excerpt.

Another to add to my, TBR list. :)
All the best,

Anonymous said...

Hi Guys,

Sounds like a good one. I love time travel! Have to check it out.

P. L. Parker

Hywela Lyn said...
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Hywela Lyn said...

Thank you so much for calling in and commenting Liana, much appreciatated. Yes Pam is great for doing this, isn't she!

Hywela Lyn said...

Laurean and Suzanne,

Thank you both so much for dropping by and leaving a comment.
So glad you enjoyed the excerpt.

Hywela Lyn said...

Laurean and Suzanne,

Thank you both so much for dropping by and leaving a comment.
So glad you enjoyed the excerpt.

Hywela Lyn said...

Hi Patsy, thanks so much for your kind comment - although it's not strictly speaking 'time travel' as such, more 'futuristic fantasy'!

Miss Mae said...

I just now saw this! I declare, Lyn, you're so busy hopping from one blog to another, pretty soon you'll be yelling from Nefhlim itself!

I'm reading COTM for the second time, and I'm always in awe of how Lyn can describe her scenes so eloquently. She makes it sound as if she's really there, or if she's really been in these places. I don't know how she does it, but I sure do love it. :)

Hywela Lyn said...

ae! Thanks so much for your lovely flattering and supportive comment. You're a pretty busy lady yourself these days, yet another fantastic suspense story comingout soon, I hear. Thanks again!