Interview with author Matthew Harffy

I am delighted to have Matthew Harffy visit my blog today. Matthew has written a tale of Dark Ages Britain that is receiving praise from readers and other authors alike. Welcome, Matthew! Congratulations on the publication of your debut novel. Tell us about The Serpent Sword. It is set in BRITAIN 633 A.D. The book blurb…

Me as a writer: 7 facts

I was challenged by Lynne Provost to write 7 facts about me as a writer. I’ve been interviewed about my historical fiction elsewhere, so I’m going back to my writing roots here: 1. I didn’t pen many stories when I was young – the ones I wrote down were required for school. But my imagination was my playground.…

An Interview of Me on Helena P. Schrader’s Blog!

Novelist and historian Helena Schrader, author of Knight of Jerusalem, interviews yours truly. I hope you’ll check it out.  ><><>><><><><><>><><><> My novel, Men of the Cross, was designated a B.R.A.G. medallion honoree in November 2014. It is available in print and for Kindle on Amazon sites worldwide, for Nook via Barnes  Noble, and via Smashwords in multiple formats.  

Interview with author E.M. Powell

E.M. Powell’s novels have been described as “car chases with chainmail.” With that tagline, you know you’ll be in for a wild ride. I am delighted to welcome E.M. to my blog today. She writes historical fiction with a mystery/thriller twist. Her current series is set in 12th century England. E.M., congratulations on the upcoming release of The…

Interview with Author Helena P. Schrader

Balian, the landless son of a local baron, goes to Jerusalem to seek his fortune. Instead, he finds himself trapped into serving the young prince suffering from leprosy, an apparent sentence to obscurity and death. But the unexpected death of King Amalric makes the leper boy King Baldwin IV of Jerusalem, and Balian’s prospects begin…

Interview with Author Steven A. McKay

I am delighted to have Steven A. McKay, author of bestselling novels Wolf’s Head and The Wolf and the Raven, visit with me today. Steven introduced me – and thousands of other readers I imagine – to Robin Hood in 14th century Yorkshire. Wait! What happened to the Sheriff of Nottingham? I’ll let Steven talk about his research and writing,…