Saturday, 28 July 2012

Pandragon Dan finds out the inspiration behind The Tribe's Bride

For day three of R.E. Butler's tour she stops by Pandragon Dan's Blog to share with us the inspiration behind The Tribe's Bride.

Here is an excerpt from The Inspiration Behind The Story...

"I’ve always been intrigued by Native Americans and cultures that use ceremonies as part of their way of life. A few months ago, I had been reading some time-travel books, but I had not read any about a modern woman being transported back to a Native America tribe. There’s a quote attributed to novelist Toni Morrison, “If there’s a book you really want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.” So the original inspiration for the book, The Tribe’s Bride, was to write what I hadn’t been able to find: take a modern woman and, with a little bit of magic, plunk her down in the 1600s with a Native American tribe and see what happens."

Please click HERE to read the post in full.


Tomorrow we move to Sheenah Frietas for an amazing interview with R.E Butler.


Tour stops still to come: 

29th July - Sheenah Frietas - Interview

30th July - Reading Writing And More - Guest Post

31st July - Red Phoenix - Interview

1st Aucust - Read 2 Review - Review

2nd August - Page Turner Book Tours - Tour Wrap post


Dont forget your chances to win at each date and also our Page Turner Book Tours exclusive competition

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