Author Interview: Helena P. Schrader

“..Jerusalem was lost. The site of Christ’s Passion. The home of the Holy Sepulcher. Lost. What was there left to fight for?” –Envoy of Jerusalem It is the year 1187. Saladin has crushed Christian forces at the Battle of Hattin and secured almost every city in the Kingdom of Jerusalem for his own, including Jerusalem.…

Special sale – For King and Country

July 6 – 8  Get For King and Country for $2.99/£1.99 (ebook) See what the reviewers are saying: “The history is sharp, the action appropriately bloody, the passion undeniable.” —Christopher Monk (aka researcher/consultant and The Anglo-Saxon Monk) “With a blistering siege scene, daring escapes and a truly dastardly villain there is something for everyone here.”…

Excerpt from Men of the Cross

Book II? Well, I can’t buy that because I haven’t read Book I. Of course, I would love you to read both Battle Scars books, though I think – as does at least 1 reviewer – that For King and Country will work as a stand-alone. But let me entice you with a scene from Book…

Goodreads Giveaway – For King and Country

Enter to win one of 3 signed copies! This Giveaway will run June 6 – July 5. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter Giveaway See what the reviewers are saying: “A breathtaking gallop through Richard the Lionheart’s England.” –Sharon Bennett Connolly at The Review “…emotional journey… With a blistering siege scene, daring escapes and a truly dastardly villain…

Discovering 12th Century Nottingham Castle

“Richard arrived at the siege of Nottingham in a black mood and his first act was to set up an enormous gallows beneath the walls.” — Richard Coeur de Lion by P. Henderson Line drawing is copyright The Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire. Used with permission. Earlier this week I was a guest at Catherine Curzon’s…