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There is pride in the ruins and renovated castles, monasteries, stone walls and roads. Scotland is a country that has witnessed tragedy after tragedy and still perseveres. I write in time periods that are rife with trauma, and for me, it is a challenge and an honor to bring love and hope and triumph to the page.
Terri Brisbin, author of I have always been drawn to Scotland — to its highlands and islands and especially to the land of myth it was in historical times.
The whole concept or archetype of the Highlander — a man steadfast in loyalty, strong, brave, a rebel, a protector, an alpha — just resonates with me and is, IMHO, inherently romantic.
That Highlander concept also gives free rein to an author to create strong heroines for those men … (And it gives me a great reason to continue to visit present-day Scotland looking for inspiration!
And their their party animal antics – for which the English scored 9 against Scotland’s 6 – is a more dubious attribute.
Seriously, though, I love the research that goes into creating an authentic Scottish historical. My favorite part, though, might be getting to immerse myself in the rich, complex history of bold Scots fighting for freedom, family and love.
All the little details that the reader takes for granted that require a bit of digging for accuracy. Victoria Vane, author of What’s not to love about a well-muscled, sword-bearing, kilted hero?
Seriously speaking, aside from the kilt and bagpipes, the Scots are distinct in many other ways.
No nation of its size has had a greater impact on the world than Scotland, and their unique culture has survived into the modern world against all odds.