99c/99p sale – Men of the Cross

November 26 – December 3 Get  Men of the Cross (ebook) for 99c/99p on US and UK Amazon ><><><><><><>< Charlene Newcomb recently published 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,…

A Knight’s Tale – cover reveal

If you’re a subscriber to my Newsletter, or follow my author page on Facebook, you’ll have heard me mention a forthcoming Sir Stephan l’Aigle short story.  It’s cover reveal time!  A Knight’s Tale (Passages) will be exclusive to my Newsletter subscribers and won’t be available for purchase elsewhere until summer 2019.  Subscribe to the Newsletter if you’d like…

Men of the Cross – 99c/99p sale

Monday, Sept 10 – Friday, Sept 14 Get your ebook copy of Men of the Cross for 99c/99p at US and UK Amazon ><><><><><><>< Charlene Newcomb recently published 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…

Chaucer Book Awards

I am thrilled to tell you that Swords of the King has been named to the shortlist of the 2018 Chaucer Book Awards for pre-1750s Historical Fiction. What an honor to be recognized along with 11 other authors who go on to be judged for a semi-final round. Good luck to everyone!

Release Day – Swords of the King

Let it be known, Book III of Battle Scars, Swords of the King, is now available in ebook and print formats on Amazon. Get your copy now at http://mybook.to/SwordsoftheKing Swords of the King can be read as a standalone, but continues Henry & Stephan’s story from Battle Scars I & II, Men of the Cross and For…

Swords of the King – now available for pre-order

Pre-order now for Amazon (ebook)  Sign up for my (infrequent) Newsletter and get a sneak peek at Chapter 1. Later this year subscribers will get an exclusive short story – A Knight’s Tale (Passages) – featuring a young Sir Stephan l’Aigle. SWORDS OF THE KING (Battle Scars III) Normandy, March 1196 King Richard has their loyalty.…