Karen’s Killer Book Bench: RUNED LEGACY, #Historical #DarkFantasy by Dominique Goodall

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RUNED LEGACY
Historical Dark Fantasy
BY DOMINIQUE GOODALL

Blurb

Gwyn doesn’t know if she can trust her master, but she has no choice…

Gwyn only ever wanted to be normal, but her uncontrolled magic lands her a position as the unwilling apprentice to Aeryn Ilwyfen. The magic-hating Church doesn’t believe women should have power, so Gwyn must learn to rein in her strength or risk discovery and a slow death by torture.

When a church-sanctioned hunter finds Gwyn and her master, they must put aside their differences as they flee England. In the wilds of Scotland, Ilwyfen resolves to share the secrets she needs to survive and takes her to meet her own kind. But are the magic folk everything he has made them out to be, or will they follow the same path as those who seek to destroy her?

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RUNED LEGACY
Historical Dark Fantasy
BY DOMINIQUE GOODALL

Interview

Before we get started talking about your writing, tell us a little about yourself, where you’re from, what you do for a living (if you’re not a full-time writer) what hobbies you have, etc. Whatever you’d like to share to introduce yourself.

Hey guys, I’m Dominique. I’m a writer from the UK who adores fantasy books and odd little worlds. I’m a caregiver, a proofreader, a book cover designer and a formatter, too – at least in the writing world! I’m also helping a streamer run a social media profile, and I’m a moderator for 18 different Twitch streamers, all of whom are so supportive of me as a writer! I read and write a lot, but I also enjoy singing and playing video games as a chance to unwind!

1.  What genre(s) do you write in and why?

I write fantasy, because there’s nothing better in my mind than creating a new world and having total control over it. Dark, light – everything. There are so many unexplored worlds still waiting for people to fall into, who isn’t to say I won’t create the next Narnia, Westeros… Hogwarts?

2.  What’s your favorite beverage?

Water, while I’m writing. For rewarding myself – cherry or lemon vodka!

3.  If you had to listen to one song over and over again for a whole day, what would it be?

Marshmello Friends at the moment, it’s so catchy!

4.  What is your least favorite part of writing?

Scrambling to get all my thoughts down on the page without writing too fast…

5.  If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be and why? Somewhere in the States, where I could live where the wolves howl… I just find so much inspiration in wolves, and the wild world…

6.  Are you an avid reader? When you do read someone else’s writing, what is your favorite genre?

I’m a 400-book-a-year reader, so I’m very much an avid reader. I love dark thrillers and fantasies, generally.

7.  Where do you get the ideas for your stories? Dreams, half-remembered conversations, snippets of quotes from friends… anything can work.

8.  Tell me about your ideal reader.

Someone who enjoys what I write but isn’t afraid to point out where something could be strengthened.

9.  If you were to choose one superpower, what would it be?

Shapeshifting 😀 I’d love to be able to research animals by being an animal.

10. Tell us about your next book & when is it being published?

My next book is going to be a re-release, after a lot of issues on its debut run. It’s called Echoes of Winter, a fantasy along the same lines of David Clement-Davies’ The Sight & Fell. I’m hoping to have it ready for publication for April this year!

About Author Dominique Goodall…

From the age of 11, Dominique Goodall knew she wanted to write about wolves. Living in the UK, she was only able to see the wolves within the confines of a zoo – or so she thought. A chance meeting and she got to meet her lupine inspiration in person, culminating in a chance leap and a wolf in her arms for a hug! She often writes fantasy and uses her own experiences out in the big wide world to further enrich her books, where wolves often feature, both prominently and subtly. She also claims to be owned by her Alaskan Malamute, Makita.

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Links to Dominique’s website, blog, books, etc.

Follow her on Twitter: @DomGoodall
Follow her on Facebook: www.facebook.com/dominiquegoodallauthor
Follow her Instagram: Watersinger89
Find her on Discord! Dominique#2039

Amazon ebook:
https://www.amazon.com/Runed-Legacy-Dominique-Goodall-ebook/dp/B07J4YWKMH

Amazon print:
https://www.amazon.com/Runed-Legacy-Miss-Dominique-Goodall/dp/1726746429

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Thanks, Dominique, for sharing your book with us!

Don’t miss the chance to read this book!

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5 Responses to Karen’s Killer Book Bench: RUNED LEGACY, #Historical #DarkFantasy by Dominique Goodall

  1. Kathleen Bylsma says:

    Well, this is different! Although not my cuppa, I know people who will like to read this!
    Thanks, Karen and Domnique!

  2. Docter says:

    Good morning, Dominique, and welcome to Karen’s Killer Book Bench. What is this “write too fast” of which you speak? And how do you manage to read 400 books on top of writing? I barely have time to dress every day around my writing. LOL Thanks for stopping by to share your book with us today!

    • Dominique says:

      Writing too fast is when I miss words, or misrepresent what I picture on my head, and then I scramble to make things match after the image has faded. And I read while I walk, when I do housework (washing up, hoovering etc), even in the bath lol. I’ve always got at least two books on the go at the same time, sometimes as many as four lol. I write super fast, so I can easily have a 5000 word day in 2-3 hours of solid writing.

      • Karen Docter says:

        I used to write a lot faster but I think my editor has taken on a harpy appearance in my old age because I’m getting slower and slower. 🙂 Good luck with all of your happy writing!

  3. Linda Moffitt says:

    Looks good Thank You for sharing your books with us 😍❤😍

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