Rogue is coming your way in July
Updates on Rogue.
Book Spotlight: The Queen’s Scribe by Amy Maroney
The Queen’s Scribe is the latest novel in Amy Maroney’s Sea and Stone Chronicles.
Historical Fiction outside the box
If you like the creative and the unconventional, check out these intriguing tales with diverse representations of places, time, and peoples.
Bits & Pieces on King John
King John is best known for signing the Magna Carta, a document that established the principle that the king was subject to the law and limited his power. His initial reaction to the Magna Carta, which also granted certain liberties to his feudal barons, was one of anger and resistance. He reneged on the agreement […]
New year, new website, and The New book
Welcome 2023! Real life sent me on a wild ride in 2022. I sold my house in Kansas, which I’d been in since 2000, and moved to what I’ll call a ‘family compound’ in Louisiana at the end of July. The inspector’s report left us working with contractors for months – new septic system, upgraded […]
build your Historical fiction/Fantasy collection – today only 99c/99p
Today is the day! A one-day sale from 10 authors of historical fiction/fantasy, including me, offering one or more of their ebooks for 99c/99p. If you haven’t picked up Men of the Cross, now’s your chance.
1st Place for Echoes of the Storm
I am thrilled that Echoes of the Storm received a 1st in Category for the 2021 CYGNUS Book Awards for Science Fiction announced during the summer. With moving, renovating new property, and lots of travel, I completely forgot to post about this awesome event in my writing life.
The Highs and Lows of Being an Author – a guest post by Helen Hollick
It’s a pleasure to welcome Helen Hollick to my blog today. We first met in Denver, Colorado, at the 2015 Historical Novel Society conference. Helen has been a huge supporter of indie authors…
The balance between imagination and research: guest post by Anna Belfrage
I have had the pleasure of being whisked away to the past by Anna Belfrage, a writer and friend I only met seven years ago, but whom I feel like I’ve known forever. We share a love of medieval…