Medieval Monday – Families

It’s almost time for another series of Medieval Monday posts.  If you’ve only just joined me, here’s how it works.  Each week I’ll be sharing an excerpt from a Medieval romance by a guest author, and she’ll be sharing an excerpt from my book on her blog. The blog hop will run for eight weeksContinue reading “Medieval Monday – Families”

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!”

What’s in a name?

I was a chapter and a half into a WIP when I realised something wasn’t working. After redrafting and editing and still getting nowhere with what I knew could be a great story it dawned on me the problem wasn’t with the story but with the heroine. I just wasn’t feeling her (unlike the heroContinue reading “What’s in a name?”

Medieval Monday- Sherry Ewing

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”

Medieval Mondays

I’m excited to announce that I’ve teamed up with a number of other Medieval romance writers to take part in Medieval Mondays.  Each week I’ll be sharing an excerpt and cover from a different medieval romance author.  The theme for the next few weeks is ‘celebration’.  Watch this space…

Sneak peek

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”

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