Lions, tigers, and . . . dragons?
The anticipated sequel to Shards of History is here! Follow Malia and her journey in Rebecca Roland’s Fractured Days, and read more about Roland’s world building, including the naming of characters and her love of dragons, here!
Author picks! Rebecca Roland talks her favorite aspects of Fractured Days, including the relationship between the Taakwa people and the Jeguduns [Read more here].
Research is an author’s best friend! Rebecca Roland can now survive stranded in the woods-thanks to her research on treating ailments, pain, and fatigue for Fractured Days [Read more here].
Lions, tigers, and…dragons? If you share Rebecca Roland’s love of dragons, the Shards of History series is for you! [Read more here].
More than a name…Rebecca Roland recognizes the importance of a name, in particular that a name can connote myriad personality traits, as Roland describes here.
No castles here! Rebecca Roland talks her inspiration for the setting of Shards of History, and it doesn’t include the classic medieval imagery usually conjured by dragons [Read more here].
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