Medieval Monday- Aelric’s Fate

It’s the final Medieval Monday in the Villains theme and I’m finishing where I started with an excerpt from The Saxon Outlaw’s Revenge.  The final excerpt picks up Constance’s story after Robert has taken his revenge on Aelric. At the mercy of her enemy! Abducted by Saxon outlaws, Constance Arnaud comes face to face withContinue reading “Medieval Monday- Aelric’s Fate”

Romance on the Road

‘I’m glad I caught you, Elisabeth.  I’ve got a proposal for you…’ Words to stir anyone’s heart.  In this case not from Tom Hiddleston (I keep hoping) but the librarian at Macclesfield Library where I do my Tuesday morning writing session.  She asked me if I would be interested in taking part in the RomanceContinue reading “Romance on the Road”

Medieval Monday: New theme, new style!

We have a new theme for Medieval Mondays and a new way of sharing our excerpts. The theme is Villains so join us to find some of the nastiest, most ruthless bad guys who ever plagued our heroes and heroines. Rather than share a whole excerpt in one go each of us is hosting a shorter snippetContinue reading “Medieval Monday: New theme, new style!”

Valentine Giveaway

It’s the season of romance (unless you’re cynical and Northern like me).  To celebrate Valentine’s Day Harlequin are running a giveaway with a difference. All the authors taking part are giving away a copy of one of their own books and a secret surprise title by another author.  I’m giving away a copy of TheContinue reading “Valentine Giveaway”

Dance the night away.

>An older post updated to include the scene from Redeeming the Rogue Knight.< It’s party season and I’m looking forward to getting out on Friday night for a dance with my colleagues so I thought I’d share some of the scenes from my books involving dancing. I love dancing and don’t get to do itContinue reading “Dance the night away.”

1066 and that stuff

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”

The Saxon Outlaw’s Cover reveal

The Saxon Outlaw’s Revenge is out in November in print and ebook in December and I can finally share the cover art and blurb. At the mercy of her enemy!  Abducted by Saxon outlaws, Constance Arnaud comes face-to-face with Aelric, a Saxon boy she once loved. He’s now her enemy, but Constance must reach out toContinue reading “The Saxon Outlaw’s Cover reveal”

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