We’re nearing the end of the celebration theme (a new one with some exciting changes is coming soon) so I’m pleased to be able to share this excerpt by Rue Allyn from Knight Defender. Sent alone to Scotland to wed a wild Scot and serve the needs of her father and her king, Lady JessamynContinue reading “Medieval Monday- Rue Allyn”
I’m delighted to be taking part in Medieval Monday where each week (guess which day) I’ll be sharing a cover and excerpt from a different medieval novel. The overall theme is ‘celebrations’ and I’m starting off with ‘Hearts Across Time’ by Sherry Ewing. The golden sun began to peek over the ocean horizon, splashingContinue reading “Medieval Monday- Sherry Ewing”
Today is the 950th anniversary of the Battle of Hastings where William of Normandy defeated Harold and changed England’s politics, culture and language forever. It also provides the background for The Saxon Outlaw’s Revenge which opens with the execution of a displaced Saxon thegn and all but one of his sons (I wonder if anyone canContinue reading “1066 and that stuff”
With less than a week to go until the release of The Blacksmith’s Wife I thought I’d share a snippet. This is the first meeting between Hal and Joanna. Joanna has talked her way into the tournament grounds, hoping to find Sir Roger, the knight she is in love with. Joanna made her way to the courtyardContinue reading “Sneak peek”
Harlequin have been publishing ebooks for ten years! To celebrate they’re offering 10,000 ebooks at $1.99 each, including my first book Falling for Her Captor. If you haven’t read it now is your chance to get hold of a copy. Falling for Her Captor at $1.99 Readers have described it as A feisty heroine, aContinue reading “$1.99 book sale!”
Harlequin puts out six titles a month in the Historical line. Find out what the other Harlequin Historical authors (and me) are up to here http://harlequinhistoricalauthors.blogspot.co.uk There are links to preview chapters, details of giveaways and cover reveals.
Today on Twitter is the Historical Romance Network’s Fall Back in Time event Now, I love a good historical read and have done ever since I was little. I remember spending a coach trip to the Lake District with my nose stuck in a Jean Plaidy (Murder Most Royal I think) and barely seeing theContinue reading “Fall Back in Time”