The historical fiction series by Belfast-born Author David H. Millar based on the adventures, trials and triumphs of blacksmith's apprentice turned warrior king - Conall Mac Gabhann, has had a longer gestation phase than anticipated!
The original book of the series - Conall: The Place of Blood (Rinn-Iru) first published in May 2014, has been revised taking into consideration some useful comments by reviewers, new cover artwork by Ida from Amygdala Design and a new illustration of Ériu (Ireland) by Willow Raven, WillowRaven Illustration and Design
The sequel, Conall II: The Raven's Flight (Eitilt an Fhiaigh Dhuibh) has overcome some unexpected delays and, along with the revised first novel, is on course for publication in print and eBook formats for late-October.
The third book in the series, Conall III: The Sisters (Na Deirfiúracha), has a focus on the female characters who are often more frightening than their male counterparts. The manuscript is expected to be completed by end-2015 which would likely point to a mid-2016 publication date.
 
 
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Revised Map of Ériu for Conall: The Place of Blood (Rinn-Iru)
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Map of Albu for Conall II: The Raven's Flight (Eitilt an Fhiaigh Dhuibh)

The final maps for Conall: The Place of Blood (Rinn-Iru) and the sequel, Conall II: The Raven's Flight (Eitilt an Fhiaigh Dhuibh) by Author David H. Millar were illustrated by Aidana Willow of WillowRaven Illustration and Design
Both books are set in Ancient Ireland. A time when the lines between myth, legend and reality were blurred.
A rousing adventure in the spirit of Ireland’s ancient legends. Conall: The Place of Blood (Rinn-Iru) brings to life the battles, intrigue, betrayals, and courage that are part of life for the Celts who call Ériu home.
Conall II: The Raven’s Flight (Eitilt an Fhiaigh Dhuibh) continues to chronicle the epic journey of the warriors from Ériu (Ireland). Celtic heroes and villains from myth, legend, and history converge in this epic tale set in the vast ancient forests, treacherous bogs, snow-capped mountains, and mysterious lochs of northern Albu (Scotland).
The Conall series is historical fiction with a dose of mystery and the paranormal.