I've just published my novel, A Faerie Fated Forever. It's up now and available at Mobipocket and partner e-tailers but is still "in the formatting loop" at Kindle. It should be up on Amazon and available for the Kindle shortly. The setting is partly the Highland Isle of Skye in Scotland and partly Regency(ish) England. It tells the story of Nial Maclee, a laird whose family labors under a faerie curse and of Heather MacIver, the local lass whose adoration of the laird is legendary and whose disguises to hide her unusual looks earned her the nickname, "Heather the hag."
Faerie, and the two sequels that I've written already, were born from my perversion of a very famous legend. I love Scottish tales and wanted to write one but wasn't sure where to start. For inspiration, I searched the Internet for interesting historical tidbits about clans and found the one on Skye, the Clan MacLeod. The MacLeods famously have the blood of faeries in their family line thanks to a long ago handfast or temporary (sort of) marriage between a laird and a faerie.
In the MacLeod legend, after a year and a day, the faerie princess returned home, leaving behind the laird and their baby, Ian. She made her hubby promise that he'd never let the baby cry. For a long time, thanks to constant nursing care, the little one never cried. But one night, Ian's nurses were lured away by a party and the baby cried. His Mother came down from the land of faerie and crooned to him to soothe him. She wrapped him in a cloth and told him the cloth was a faerie flag that could be used 3 times to call for help from the faeries. The clan has the famed faerie flag at their castle. It has reportedly been used twice and one use remains.