Clement: The Green Ship by Craig R. Hipkins

Today I’m delighted to be sharing an excerpt from Craig R Hipkins' newly released novel Clement: the Green Ship as part of a blog tour hosted by The Coffee Pot Book Club. Clement: the Green Ship is a young adult novel and the second book in the Clement series set in the 12th century and … Continue reading Clement: The Green Ship by Craig R. Hipkins

The Anarchy by Tracey Warr

Today, I’m pleased to be presenting Tracey Warr and her novel, The Anarchy as part of a blog tour hosted by The Coffee Pot Book Club. The Anarchy is the third and final book in Tracey’s Conquest series on the turbulent life of the 12th century Welsh noblewoman Nest ferch Rhys. Unhappily married to Stephen de … Continue reading The Anarchy by Tracey Warr

Landscape of a Marriage by Gail Ward Olmsted

Today I’m delighted to be sharing an excerpt from Gail Ward Olmsted ’s newly released novel Landscape of a Marriage as part of a blog tour hosted by The Coffee Pot Book Club. Summer 1859 “Happy is the bride whom the sun shines on,” I whispered, smoothing the full skirt of my new gown. It … Continue reading Landscape of a Marriage by Gail Ward Olmsted

Tho’ I Be Mute by Heather Miller

Today I’m delighted to be sharing an excerpt from Heather Miller’s newly released novel Tho' I Be Mute as part of a blog tour hosted by The Coffee Pot Book Club. Chapter 5: Laundry, Sarah Bird Northrup Later that afternoon, against the bright light, I squinted and found a walking silhouette against the sheeted walls, … Continue reading Tho’ I Be Mute by Heather Miller

The Queen of Citadels by Dominic Fielder

Today, I’m pleased to be presenting Dominic Fielder and his forthcoming novel, The Queen of the Citadels as part of a blog tour hosted by The Coffee Pot Book Club. The Queen of Citadels is the third book in Dominic's series The King's Germans focusing on German soldiers who fought in the service of King … Continue reading The Queen of Citadels by Dominic Fielder

Steampunk Cleopatra by Thaddeus Thomas

Today I’m delighted to be sharing an excerpt from Thaddeus Thomas’s recently released novel Steampunk Cleopatra as part of a blog tour hosted by The Coffee Pot Book Club. Amani watched Berenice study the workings of the statue, which marked the passing time. The mechanics of the clock were hidden outside the palace, but she … Continue reading Steampunk Cleopatra by Thaddeus Thomas

Book Review – The Fall of the House of Thomas Weir by Andrew Neil MacLeod

‘… I have often said that when you have eliminated the natural, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the supernatural.’ - Dr Samuel Johnson The Fall of the House of Thomas Weir by Andrew Neil MacLeod begins with Alexander Boyle, the rational nightwatchman of Greyfriars Kirkyard, the place with the reputation of the most haunted … Continue reading Book Review – The Fall of the House of Thomas Weir by Andrew Neil MacLeod

Mendota and the Restive Rivers of the Indian and Civil Wars 1861-65 by Dane Pizzuti Krogman

Today, I’m pleased to be sharing an excerpt from Dane Pizzuti Krogman's novel Mendota and the Restive Rivers of the Indian and Civil Wars 1861-65 as part of a blog tour hosted by The Coffee Pot Book Club. Chapter 8: The uprising. "We have waited a long time. The money is ours, but we cannot … Continue reading Mendota and the Restive Rivers of the Indian and Civil Wars 1861-65 by Dane Pizzuti Krogman

The Usurper King by Mercedes Rochelle

Today I’m delighted to be sharing an excerpt from Mercedes Rochelle's The Usurper King as part of a blog tour hosted by The Coffee Pot Book Club. The Usurper King is a novel of Henry Bolingbroke, the third book in Mercedes' series, The Plantaganet Legacy. Prince Hal must tell Queen Isabella about Richard's death Isabella … Continue reading The Usurper King by Mercedes Rochelle