Paul McLerran is the author of the Arthurian novel "Gawain." He resides in Las Vegas with a beautiful woman and an embarrassingly cute poodle. In addition to his obsession with the legend of King Arthur, Paul's interests include world religions, philosophy, history, and fiction.
Raised to hate King Arthur, Gawain is sent as a spy to infiltrate the Round Table. There, he meets and befriends the charismatic and dangerous Lancelot, and the two quickly become Arthur's most famous and formidable warriors. But when forced to choose, will Gawain give his loyalty to his family, his newfound brother in arms, or the king for whom he gains an unexpected respect?
Inspired by countless legends written over a thousand years, this novel weaves these previously unrelated stories into one cohesive narrative of honor, duplicity, passion and betrayal in an Arthurian fantasy where ghosts and magical creatures are commonplace and good and evil battle for survival.
Click the picture on the right to hear the author read the "Green Knight" excerpt of Gawain. Click the link below to read along! NOTE: Some profanity.
Now with music, thanks to the incomparable Alexander Nakarada, at Serpent Sound Studios!