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The Guardian’s Legacy by Luciana Cavallaro

When Nik learns about his grandfather’s secret, it propels him from a life as a high school teacher into an accomplice of an ancient legacy.

Nik visits his grandfather, Iasos, one afternoon who reveals in a conversation a family legacy dating back when heroes such as Herakles and tragic femme fatales, Helen of Sparta, lived and breathed. Nik is convinced his grandfather has the onset of dementia, until he does some research on the coin. What he finds changes his opinion of his grandfather’s revelation.

In The Guardian’s Legacy (eBook published 5 October 2021) will Nik join the ancient succession of guardians and become part of the legacy?

One magical coin can change a life. Two can change the world.

Throughout his life, he thought his grandfather was an academic with a passion for ancient history and family history. That is until he realises Iasos’s existence and experiences was anything but simple and understated. Nik is confounded as he learns more about the origin of his family’s legacy and commitment to keeping it a secret for the past three thousand years.

And how did Hitler know about the coin? Nik is about to discover that secrets are hazardous to one’s health.

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Website www.luccav.com

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Join us to celebrate the Zoom launch of The Guardian’s Legacy. More details coming soon.

#IWSG Crafting stories

This article is for Alex J. Cavanaugh’s The Insecure Writer’s Support Group.

The goal of the support group is to share doubts and concerns, and reassure other writers who have struggled by offering assistance and guidance.

The first Wednesday of every month is officially Insecure Writer’s Support Group Day where we post our thoughts on doubts and the fears and how we triumphed. There are other bloggers listed who share their writing journey and I encourage you to check them out.

Book Announcement

It has been a long time between drinks… well, since I’ve published a book. October 2017 in fact. I hadn’t expected to take so long to publish my next book, but for those who work full-time and fit in writing in the other hours of the day in between commitments, will understand what I mean. Nevertheless, I am a perfectionist pedantic when it comes to completing a book. There is always more editing and tweaking to be done. I am never finished.

Save the date!
5 October 2021

(I know, weird timing of publication, but there you have it).

Goals update for May

Yes, I am behind on my goals, such as it is but wanted to post May’s update before the June reveal. Please read on…

I’m not sure what happened to the month of May, but it zoomed by. We’re heading into winter here in the Southern Hemisphere, and while we don’t have snow in Western Australia, though it has been known some snow falls on our Stirling Ranges. It does get that cold here. Mostly, our climate is Mediterranean, and we have mild winters. Still, cold for me.

So how did I go for May? I’ll let you be the judge.

Excerpt from Search for the Golden Serpent

After three years and many drafts, I’ve completed my manuscript for the last book in the Servant of the Gods trilogy. The manuscript is now with beta readers, and while I am eager to hear their feedback, I’m also a little anxious. In a month’s time I’ll found out what they thought of the story and suggestions for improvements. In the meantime, and in the lead up to the publication of book 3, I’m going to share some excerpts and quotes from book 1 and 2 of the trilogy.

I hope you enjoy them.

#IWSG What’s in a draft?

This article is for Alex J. Cavanaugh’s The Insecure Writer’s Support Group. The goal of the support group is to share doubts and concerns, and reassure other writers who have struggled by offering assistance and guidance.

The first Wednesday of every month is officially Insecure Writer’s Support Group Day where we post our thoughts on doubts and the fears and how we triumphed. There are other bloggers listed who share their writing journey and I encourage you to check them out.