The Kings Inquisitor by Tonya Ulynn Brown opens in December 1590 with James VI and his childhood friend William Broune making their way at dusk through the noisesome streets of Edinburgh in the company of a witch-pricker. In a dank room reeking of evil and cruelty at the Edinburgh’s gaol, the Tollbooth, David Seaton, Deputy … Continue reading Book Review – The Kings Inquisitor by Tonya Ulynn Brown
Today I’m pleased to be presenting Meredith Allard and her novella Christmas at Hembry Castle as part of a blog tour hosted by The Coffee Pot Book Club. You are cordially invited to Christmas at Hembry Castle. An unlikely earl struggles with his new place. A young couple’s love is tested. What is a meddling … Continue reading Christmas at Hembry Castle by Meredith Allard
Today I’m delighted to be sharing an excerpt from Anna Belfrage’s newly released novel The Castilian Pomegranate as part of a blog tour hosted by The Coffee Pot Book Club. The Castilian Pomegranate, set in the complex political world of medieval Spain, is the second book in The Castilian Saga. In which Noor meets her … Continue reading The Castilian Pomegranate by Anna Belfrage
Today I’m delighted to be sharing an excerpt from Andrea Matthews’ novel Ride with the Moonlight as part of a blog tour hosted by The Coffee Pot Book Club. Ride with the Moonlight is the second book in the Thunder on the Moor time-travel series set on the Scottish borders in the 16th century. Walt … Continue reading Ride with the Moonlight by Andrea Matthews
Today I’m delighted to be sharing an excerpt from Liz Harris’s newly released novel Darjeeling Inheritance as part of a blog tour hosted by The Coffee Pot Book Club. Darjeeling Inheritance is the first book in Liz's new series, The Colonials. CHAPTER ONE March, 1930 Charlotte Lawrence stood on the short drive leading up to … Continue reading Darjeeling Inheritance by Liz Harris
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
A year ago today I published Forsaking All Other, an Elizabethan love story set against the war in the Netherlands abroad and Catholic plots at home. Forsaking All Other has been almost continuously in the top 50 bestsellers in Amazon’s Tudor Historical Romance Category for the last eight months – and for a brief shining … Continue reading It’s My Book’s Birthday!
The Heir’s Tale is the first book in the series, The Soldiers of Fortune, tracing the fortunes of the sons of the Earl of Somerton following the Battle of Poitiers. In 1357, Ancelin Montfort, the Earl’s second son, returns home bringing with him the news of his elder brother John’s death in that battle. Ancelin … Continue reading Book Review – The Heir’s Tale by April Munday