Laura, from Lost In A Book Review, wrote a lovely review of The Windmill, which you can read below and find on her blog page. Before publishing the review she asked me if there was a sequel…
The answer is yes. It is already in progress…its journey has begun.
There will be some characters that you have already met in The Windmill who will continue their journey of discovery. Searching through new found archives that will help to pull an historical story together, this time connected to another character. What will this characters exploits reveal to us?
Through research in to the family geneaology we might find more connections. How will all this new found knowledge expand their story…their journey, and where will it take them this time.
Once again over arching these personal discoveries, will be The Connections stories…are they becoming any clearer? What do these reoccurring dreams mean to our characters? Will they find answers or perhaps just more questions.
Some chapters are written, research is being finalised and the story board is filling up.
Watch this space as the second book develops.
And soon there might be a book name reveal…
The Windmill by Lost In A Book Review
I was kindly sent a copy of this book by the publisher, Troubadour Publishing in exchange for an honest review.
This is the first Historical fiction book I’ve ever reviewed and I wasn’t sure what to expect. It’s like no other book I’ve ever read and I have been taken on one eye opening journey!
To say I enjoyed this book would be an understatement. I was captivated by it. There are a number of separate events (past and present) being told simultaneously but, slowly they all begin to intertwine until you’re left with two people trying to work out how all of the events actually connect to form their ancestry.
I know what you’re thinking and yes, the way I’ve explained it does sound like it’s going to be a confusing book but, I promise you it’s not! It’s beautifully written and after a few chapters you can start to see things connecting and you will be filled with such excitement you can’t help but keep turning the pages!
There is an almighty cliffhanger at the end that I can guarantee will leave readers desperate for a sequel. Well, I have it on good authority that the sequel is being written and, I for one can’t wait for it to be published.
I would highly recommend this book to everyone.
Laura January 23, 2021 By Lost in a Book Review
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