Isn’t it always? But yay for today!
The Final book in my Clockwork Butterfly trilogy is out today!
It’s called The Meeting Point and I’m taking it on tour – you can see where I’m going on my .
I tell ya – I started writing these books three years ago with a single image in my mind – a tiny
butterfly intricately made of clockwork that would find it’s way to it’s owner through thick or thin. I had no idea then that it would evolve into a novel, let alone a trilogy. If I’d know, I may never have started it! 😉
Anyway – to those of you who have read any of these books or supported me on my writing journey – here it now ends (for a little while anyway) – so I thank you.
Here is the attempt I made to articulate the little butterfly – I took apart my grandpappy’s watch and a drinks can and made this… One of the loveliest things that could have happened was that the cover artist from Fantasia Frog actually used this very butterfly in the cover art. That was a big thrill!
Anyhoo – I hope you enjoy it!
lots of love Tabitha x x
Here’s the blurb n buy links if you fancy more info…
– The Meeting Point
story of love, freedom, and the future of mankind. Deborah Regan has
broken free from the prison where she’s been unjustly held for the
past eight years. The scale of the devastation to the land outside is
overwhelming. Toxins have taken hold, and the planet is dying.
Deborah vows to find her lover Marcus and flee to the safety of the
hills where their story first began.
is one of the few remaining men left on earth, and Deborah finds him
held captive at a pleasure farm where he is kept to service rich and
powerful women. Escape for him is complex and dangerous. They can
only hope that the trio who helped Deborah before will come to their
aid. Marcus has heard from his clients over the years of a mythical
place with its own microclimate that toxin clouds seem to miss. He is
sure they can find it and will be able to build a future together.
Lena, and Angelo feel compelled to find Deborah and Marcus who they
know have a special connection that might prove essential to their
survival. They make haste to track the couple and realize the plan
they have chosen is fraught with danger and conflict.
they make it to the utopia Marcus dreams of?
Warning: contains graphic sex scenes with multiple partners,
including m/f and f/f sexual interaction, strong language, and end of
the world shenanigans
explosive climax to Taking Flight and A Clockwork Butterfly.
books in the series:
2: Taking Flight
– now available – comment on any of my tour posts and I’ll pop
you in a draw for a copy of this one – if you can’t wait, here’s
the buy links: