Meet Christina Weigand. She is the author of the Palace of the Twelve Pillars series, and it just so happens that book 3 is coming out this week! Chris stopped by to share with us an interview with 2 of her characters. Check out the details of her book after the interview.
Christina: I had a chance to talk with Joachim and Brandan before the release of the final book in their story: Sanctuary of Nine Dragons.
Christina: Many exciting things happened in Palace of the Three Crosses: Book Two. Both of you were crowned king and got married. Joachim you became a father. And Brandan you managed to rid Ramajadin of your enemy Waldrom. What could possibly be left to be done Sanctuary of Nine Dragons?
Brandan: Until I can defeat my brother and his god there is plenty for me to do. If I can’t have his wife and his throne, I will find a way to eradicate him and the Kningrad.
Christina: But don’t you already have a throne and a Mantion wife?
Brandan: That Mantion witch disappeared after she tried to kill me and as far as I am concerned she can stay hidden. I want nothing to do with her and if she dares show her face I will eradicate her along with everyone else that gets in my way.
Joachim: Brandan, your attitude is unnecessary. I am more than willing to share the rule of Ramajadin with you. Maeve and I care about you and only want you to be a part of our family and rule our countries in peace. I will even overlook you past indiscretions and forays into Sidramah’s magic.
Brandan: What makes you think I want to share rule? No, I should have it all.
Christina: Gentlemen, let’s change the subject. Joachim you recently became a father. How does that change the way you do things?
Brandan: I can answer that. He’s become even more of a pidgekin than he was before. He’s always fawning over those brats and whining about his arm. I think he should step down from being king and husband and let me take over.
Joachim: Brandan stop exaggerating. I definitely have a different perspective, but if anything it is a better one. If you would only stop your extracurricular activities and help more you would see it too.
Brandan: Bah. See things through your eyes. Not going to happen.
Christina: Do you two ever agree on anything?
Brandan: We would if he would come to see things my way.
Christina: So what do we have to look forward to in Sanctuary?
Joachim: The Mantion continue to attack. It seems even Waldrom’s death has not put an end to the hostilities. With Waldrom gone and no obvious leader they seem determined to prevent any peace and happiness from occurring.
Brandan: Brother, you know so little. I’m sure there is someone pulling the strings and when you figure out whom, it will be too late.
Christina: It seems as if our time is up. Besides we don’t want any spoilers. Thank you for your time. Readers stay tuned for the release of Sanctuary of Nine Dragons in February, 2014.
About the Book
Sanctuary of the Nine Dragons: Book Three of the Palace of the Twelve Pillars series by Christina Weigand.
Description: Joachim banishes Brandan to prison island of Hyogo. His infant son, Prince Airyn disappears from his cradle. A chain of events is set in motion that will pit brother against brother, friend against friend, parents against children as Brandan and Joachim struggle for control of their sanity and their very lives.
With Brandan declared dead and his son missing, Joachim sinks into despair and anger, where those close to him fear he may never return.
Is Brandan really dead and if he is, who is manipulating the Mantion and enemies of Crato?
Can Maeve save her country and her husband from the tentacles of evil pervading the land?
About Christina Weigand
Christina Weigand’s a writer, wife, and mother of three grown children and a middle school daughter. She is also Nana to three granddaughters. She lives with her husband and youngest daughter in Pennsylvania, returning there after a short sabbatical in Washington. Currently, she’s working on fantasy novels and inspirational writing. Through her writing, she strives to share the Word of God and help people young and old to realize the love and mercy He has for everyone.
When she’s not writing, she’s active in her local Church as a lector, Bible Study, or with the church theater group, volunteering at her daughter’s school helping the children develop a love for reading and writing. Jesus fills her home with love as she shares Him through her writing.
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