My suspicion is that the next book will be set in the same world as the SOT series, but sometime into the future. Without trying to give away the ending of Confessor, Nathan Raul makes mention of a prophecy about a hero coming to save the world from another world. Being prophecy, it is sometime into the future. My personal hope is that Terry stays away from the over used and often abused "Modern Man in the Magical World" sub-genre of Fantasy. The SOT series was unique. I hope his stories continue to be on the cutting edge of Fantasy. RSM
I am assuming you are speaking about the fictional character Lady Macbeth in William Shakespeare's play Macbeth. The answer is, simply, Macbeth.
Books are made by cutting paper to the right size (that will depend on what sort of book is being made, and the computers know which is which). Then, after the book is written, it's printed out onto the papers. A machine stitches the edges of one side of the papers together to make the book, and a leather or wooden or cardboard cover is glued onto the outside.
King Arthur Stories are mainly myth and fantasy ! we dont even know if he existed let alone his parentage .
However popular story tells us that his Father was Uther Pendragon who decieved the lady Igraine, with Merlins help, by taking on the form of her husband in order to lie with her, Arthur being the result of this union.
Coral Browne: 'This Effing Lady' by Rose Collis (Oberon Books, October 2008), available through all online and high street outlets.