Murdoch’s Tale 1. Which character was your favorite? Which one did you love to hate? 2. Part of the book takes place in 12th Century England, and part in Corwin’s imagination. Did you like one better than the other, and why? 3. Vaira is JRR Tolkien’s Elvish word for “weave.” What does vaira mean to … More Questions for Your Book Club
Many thanks to all the friends and family members that came to my book signing at Finding Avalon last Saturday, and to the new friends I met there. I’m taking my next baby step into that whole Published Author Selling Books thing on June 9, when I will set up shop in Authors Alley at … More Thanks!
Tony Riches, British author of numerous novels about the Tudors and their contemporaries, has been kind enough to feature me on his blog, The Writing Desk. While you’re there, check out his many excellent historical novels, and remember, if you’re in Camden DE, I’ll be at Finding Avalon from 2 to 4 pm tomorrow, May … More Author Interview
I’m pleased to announce that Murdoch’s Tale is now available for purchase on Amazon.com in print and Kindle versions (if you are an Amazon Prime member, you can get the Kindle version free.) If you prefer Nook or Kobo for you electronic reading pleasure, you can get it there, too. Have a book club? Use … More It’s Alive!
Saturday, May 12, 2-4 pm at Finding Avalon.
It’s been a busy week, and I’m late posting. In addition to writing fiction, I’m a facilitator with the Alternatives to Violence Project here in Delaware. I spent last weekend in jail. Each month, “outside” facilitators go into the Delaware correctional system’s four facilities and work with “inside” facilitators, i.e. prisoners who have taken the … More Alternatives to Violence
I’ve tried so hard to focus on writing, and faeries, and the 12th Century in this blog, and then I had to go and read this. When one is creating a fictional world one gets to not only create imaginary people, but the value systems they live by. In the case of the Faer, whom … More About That Ksh