• Betrayal comes in many forms… and on many blogs

    I recently stopped by Alison Morton’s blog to talk about the big or little events or moments that might inspire a writer. If you’ve been around here for a while, you’ll know a couple of scenes in a television show set off my curiosity about Richard the Lionheart and the Third Crusade. That led to […]

  • Betrayal is here!

    Betrayal, treachery, treason, deceit, perfidy—all names for the calculated violation of trust. And it’s been rife since humans trod the earth. A promise brokenA mission betrayedA lover’s desertionA parent’s deceptionAn unwitting act of treasonBetrayal by comradesBetrayal by friends Could you resist the forces of misplaced loyalty, power hunger, emotional blackmail, or plain greed? Is there ever […]

  • Cover Reveal – Betrayal is coming

    A promise broken. A mission betrayed. Betrayal is coming! Find out what treachery lies behind the cover. Meet the authors, hang out, and ask questions on our Facebook group. We’ll introduce the authors beginning Monday, October 19, and then post teasers about the stories of Betrayal. From our Press Release New Historical Fiction Collective Launches […]

  • Merry Christmas to You

      May you have a wonderful holiday seasonand the best to you & yours in 2019.  I hope you enjoyed Helen Hollick’s short story extravaganza on Discovering Diamonds this month featuring stories from more than 20 writers. Scroll down for the list of authors and links! I contributed this contemporary Christmas-themed story – Love in 140 – […]

  • 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 […]

  • Diamond Tales – December 3 – 23 – on Discovering Diamonds

    Author Helen Hollick is known around historical fiction circles as a wonderful inspiration and supporter of fellow authors and new novelists. Helen’s work as indie review editor for the Historical Novel Society (HNS) gave indie writers like me the opportunity to have my first medieval book reviewed for HNS. Helen runs her own review site now, […]