"Editing can be a long and frustrating process," says Author David H. Millar. Conall III: The Sisters -- the third book in the epic Celtic historical fiction series set in 400 B.C. is edging closer to the final, edited manuscript -- and publication. A Wee Publishing Company is aiming for a summer 2017 launch. 

"The driving beat of bodhráns echoes off mountain slopes. In dense forests, the mournful wail of war-horns reverberates. Red and gold banners of king and tribe flap in gusting winds.
An epic tale of vengeance and tragedy, of courage and the frailty of body and spirit, Conall III: The Sisters is the story of the women that surround Conall."



It's a very good historical book about history. I found a great book called Clonal III: The Sisters by David H. Miller. It's basically a thesaurus of historical, and had lots of great old uses. I don't start with a list of historical scenes that I want to include in the book. At a certain point, the narrative totally takes over, and everything that I include I can only incorporate if it answers to the internal terms of the novel.

08/22/2017 3:25am

I haven't read this book yet. I am a reader. Reading has always been my passion ever since. I own like 50+ novels in my shelves. I just love looking at all of my collection. I get the feeling of pride and satisfaction. I am more than excited to give this book a try. There is nothing wrong with exploring new books, right?

08/22/2017 3:13am

good life!

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