Sep 21

Welcome Back Rosemary Morris


It’s a pleasure to welcome Rosemary Morris back to my blog. Where were you born, Rosemary? In Kent, South East England. What do you like most about where you live now? The house is small and easy to take care of, and backs onto a green edged with woodland. What’s your favorite season? Spring when I …

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Sep 12

Tales of the Valkyries #FREE


I am excited to be one of a group of bestselling authors to bring you a FREE collection of Viking short stories. Here’s a bit more about the authors and their stories. Emma Prince has written a tale entitled  Aegir’s Daughter. Ulfarr believes only the sea can quench his thirst for adventure—until he meets the mysterious Bára, …

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Sep 07

Get to Know Patricia Preston

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It’s a pleasure to welcome Patricia Preston to my blog today. Where were you born, Patricia? I think I’m harboring a soul that was born in another universe. What do you like most about where you live now?  I live in a small town in the foothills of Appalachia and I love that we have don’t …

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Aug 31

World of De Wolfe Pack


We are gearing up for the launch of the second round of De Wolfe stories on KindleWorlds on September 6th. For my contribution this time I have written what I call a “contemporary medieval”. How does that work? Hungry Like De Wolfe is set in London in this century, but the plot revolves around a descendant …

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Aug 24

Get To Know Judy Hudson


It’s a great pleasure to introduce my friend and fellow chapter member, Judy Hudson. Where are you from, Judy? I was born and first raised in Toronto, Ontario, then moved to St. Louis, MO, for high school. Then back to Toronto, up to northern Ontario where we lived in a log cabin, then to the …

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Aug 17



I’m thrilled to announce the publication of my Viking novella, Banished on August 17th. Vikings evoke images of strong men who allow nothing to stand in their way. They’re not normally associated with tender feelings. Wildflowers conjure more personal and sentimental images. In BANISHED, a handful of bluebells picked from a meadow by childhood sweethearts …

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