The new family tree for Inverfyre is done and ready for you to download. This is updated through The Runaway Bride (1434) but you can see there’s a little bit of foreshadowing about the Hawk, too.
It’s been added to the Family Tree page with the other Ravensmuir family trees, too.
I’m so happy that these updates are finally done. 🙂
The family trees for Ravensmuir and for Inverfyre have been updated to reflect events through the end of The Runaway Bride. That includes Ross and Aiofe’s marriage, but also a number of additional children, and takes us to 1434.
There’s a new (third) family tree for this family in the works, which features the Armstrong line at Inverfyre. I needed it to have room for the Hawk’s grandchildren. It should be done in the next week or so, but right now, you can download the updates to the first two Ravensmuir family trees.
This weekend, my Bride Quest series of medieval romances is on sale. This six-book series is actually two trilogies which are loosely linked to each other. You can start reading at book #1, The Princess, which is the beginning of the original trilogy, or you can start reading with #4, The Countess, which is the beginning of the Scottish Bride Quest trilogy.
As well as the six books, there are two digital boxed sets, each containing one trilogy.
Right now, The Princess is on sale for 99cents. Tomorrow, The Countess will be free through June 3.
There are also free downloads of family trees available for both trilogies right here.
See the entire series at Amazon.com.
As I was creating a spreadsheet of characters, names, and places this week, I discovered a mistake in the family tree for Crevy-sur-Seine.
While Kim was fixing that, I had her add the children that have already been born, since they weren’t listed yet. This won’t be all of the kids—I expect Bayard and Esmeraude had more than one child—but it’s what we know so far.
All of the family trees for my books are free downloads in my online store. If you downloaded this one before, you should have received an email that there’s an update available. Either way, you can download the updated family tree right here.