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I have a whole list of mentions and announcements that I should have made long ago, but . . .

(Me still buried under a pile of curly-haired girls. Who have apparently decided that napping is for sissies).

They’re now out with their dad collecting acorns in buckets on our lawn, though, so I have a minute to type. First of all, I have a new page on the site with an interactive family tree of my Arthurian characters. Many have pointed out that all the relationships in the Twilight of Avalon trilogy get a bit confusing–so here’s a chart that should (I hope!) help make sense of it all.

Also, if you’d like a signed copy of one of my books but don’t live in the DC Metro area? My media department (aka my mum) has designed some gorgeous bookplates that I’m happy to sign and mail to anyone who’d like one. Just e-mail me a snail mail address and I’ll get one sent out to you!

And lastly, I’ve done several guest posts/interviews in the last week or two for the Dark Moon release. More to come shortly, but here are a few:


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2 Responses to “Extras!”

  1. Marie Says:
    September 29th, 2010 at 11:25 am

    Cute picture!! I can relate to the pack of kids.. they were chasing me around yesterday interchangeably kissing and kicking my butt. For real.
    There is the link to the guest post you did for The Burton Review, which has had technical issues & cannot be found at the old web address.
    Good luck with the book tours!

  2. Laura Masselos Says:
    September 30th, 2010 at 9:21 pm

    I love your gorgeous girls!

    Hi Anna *waves*

    Hope you’re all well, I FINALLY wrote a review on Goodreads for Dawn of Avalon (which I just loved) and have just started reading Dark Moon of Avalon (which I’m sad to think how quickly I will consume it).

    Look forward to hearing from you whenever you have the chance to. Lots of Love, Laura

    PS We pick up Merlin this weekend. Maelgwn is super-excited about it all :)

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