Candlelight Reading reviewed all twelve stories in Betrayal, but it was extra special for me to read these words about my Stephan l’Aigle story, “A Knight’s Tale.”
Jamie, The Whispering Bookworm, had interview questions for each of our authors about the eras we write, observations on researching and writing historical fiction, and how the anthology came about.
On December 4, I mentioned our authors’ trek across many blogs, but we were hardly don. Helen Hollick’s Discovering Diamonds blog also includes:
- The Lure of Betrayal – about Elizabeth St John’s story
- BETRAYAL … Judith Arnopp talks about her story
- The Percies and the Battle of Shrewsbury – Mercedes Rochelle
- ANNA BELFRAGE – All Those Tangled Webs
- A last look at BETRAYAL and a couple of famous pirates – Helen Hollick
Helen’s “Story Inspired by a Song” series featured several Betrayal authors:
- Waiting: a story inspired by a song written by Helen Hollick
- The Connector by Elizabeth St John
- A Boy’s Life by Charlene Newcomb
- On The Road by Annie Whitehead
Charlene Newcomb is the author of the Battle Scars series, 12th century historical fiction filled with war, political intrigue, and a knightly romance of forbidden love set during the reign of Richard the Lionheart.
Char also writes science fiction. Echoes of the Storm was published in July 2020.
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