Surviving Medieval Battles and Finding Love

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English Historical Fiction Authors blog editors & former editors: Cryssa, Anna, Elaine, and me

Historical novelist and 17th century enthusiast Cryssa Bazos invited me to her blog to talk about my Battle Scars series a few days ago. I originally “met” Cryssa online when we joined the editorial team for English Historical Fiction Authors. But it was a thrill to chat face-to-face in September 2016 at the Historical Novel Society Conference in Oxford, UK. (We will try to forget Cryssa’s broken arm and Sally’s terrible fall.)

Cryssa recently published her debut novel, Traitor’s Knot, so I am delving into my first fiction about the English Civil War. You’ll be hearing more about her book and about Cryssa on my blog soon!

In the meantime, I hope you will hop on over to Cryssa’s blog now and check out the interview.

Photo is ©2016, Anna Belfrage; used with permission. Editors Debbie and Annie couldn’t attend HNS, but I hope to meet them both soon!.

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men_full-sideCharlene Newcomb is currently working on Book III of Battle Scars, 12th century historical fiction filled with war, political intrigue, and a knightly romance of forbidden love set during the reign of Richard the Lionheart. There will be more to come, so sign up for Char’s Newsletter. It will be used – sparingly – to offer exclusive content and and to let you be the first to know about special offers.

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