• poetry Monday,  Rowan MacLaoch

    Poetry Monday – Eye Candy Edition

    Candy for the eyes as we explore our feelings. No, JUST our feelings. Today we have the second of the two poems we unearthed from my parents move (read last week’s post here). 1971I could writeOr talk of how I feel,But is it real? Can you tellOr do you knowWhat I can’t sayAnd may never show? You can talk Or write of how you feel,But do you? Say it!Scream it!Rhyme it!Dream it! Love me!Then it’s real. Ahhhh to be loved and to be told we are loved – this is one of the biggest reason why romance novels are so fabulous. The leading male characters are quite verbose on their…

  • Rowan MacLaoch,  The Legend of Lady MacLaoch,  writing

    MacLaoch Wednesday: Rowan the Cursed

    Photo credit: Pink Lemon Designs “Aye,” Angus agreed. “When ye see him, he’s nice enough, but ye can see the distance in his eyes, like he’s carrying a burden he cannae unload. . . I’d not want tae be on the other side of a battle from him. He’s got the look of a man who’s seen hell and come back to tell about it.” Rowan MacLaoch is many things, and counted among being an ex-Royal Air Force pilot and chieftain of the MacLaoch clan he is also cursed. Cursed by a woman who he’s never met but shares his blood and her centuries old fate. In the Year of…

  • 99 cents,  Rowan,  Rowan MacLaoch,  The Legend of Lady MacLaoch

    Rowan MacLaoch, The Cursed

    “Aye,” Angus agreed. “When ye see him, he’s nice enough, but ye can see the distance in his eyes, like he’s carrying a burden he cannae unload. . . I’d not want tae be on the other side of a battle from him. He’s got the look of a man who’s seen hell and come back to tell about it.” Rowan MacLaoch is many things, and counted among being an ex-Royal Air Force pilot and chieftain of the MacLaoch clan he is also cursed. Cursed by a woman who he’s never met but shares his blood and her centuries old fate. In the Year of Our Lord 1211, Scotland Pain…

  • Her Book Self,  Legendary Blog Tour,  Rowan MacLaoch,  The Legend of Lady MacLaoch

    Lover and a Fighter

    Photo courtesy: http://cydwicker.com Last week Friday, my good friend and literary genius Kate Carman, while in town from Seattle helped me to clean out my wine cellar. During one of the wine cellar clean-out evenings, the recent blog tour came up in discussion, and we got to talking about Rowan MacLaoch. Rowan, being dubbed a Renaissance man by my girl over at Her Book Self made us start a debate on what Renaissance man really means. Wikipedia became involved when we just couldn’t agree, and the final say was that it was knowing a little bit about a lot of things. The details are hazy, but at some point it…