My Novels

Meme Time! What Would Your Characters Do?

Thanks to Gabriele, instead of spending lunchtime patiently fact-checking and proofreading the final draft of the Buckingham novel, I’m doing this meme. Pick 10 characters at random, then answer how they will react in various given situations. So here goes, courtesy of my Buckingham novel: 1. Katherine Woodville, Duchess of Buckingham2. Anne Neville, Duchess of …

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More Blog Touring, and Bits and Pieces

Some more reviews from Amy at Passages to the Past, Margaret at Historical Novels, and Grace’s Book Blog. And Margaret is also interviewing me over here. On a non-me-related note, I finished reading Robert Hutchison’s The House of Treason this week. It’s nonfiction about the Dukes of Norfolk from the end of Richard III’s reign …

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400 Posts, a Pretty New Cover, and a Tombstone

I just noticed that my last post was my 400th post! Happy 400th post to me! Also, I was excited to see that the pretty new cover for Hugh and Bess is now on Amazon. (Naturally, you might ask: “Where’s Hugh?” He’s there–trust me–probably just went out for an ale with the boys.) And if …

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Snippet Time!

I’m inserting footnotes into an article I’m doing about the Woodville siblings, which is such a time-consuming and tedious process that it hasn’t left me much time for blogging this week. (Next time, I’m just going to say, “Because I read it somewhere,” for my references, and leave it at that.) Anyway, I thought some …

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A Pleasant Amazon Surprise, and an Advisory

As some of you may know, my first novel, The Traitor’s Wife: A Novel of the Reign of Edward II, has been bought by Sourcebooks and is being reissued next year. Anyway, I was surfing the Internet tonight and discovered that the new edition, scheduled for April 2009, is now available for pre-order! So duly …

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Well, Dog My Cats, as We Say Down South

Announcing 2008 Independent Publisher Book Awards Results12th Annual IPPY Awards to be presented in Los Angeles on May 30th ****** 11. Historical/Military FictionGold: The Traitor’s Wife: A Novel of the Reign of Edward II, by Susan Higginbotham (iUniverse)Silver (tie): Trail of the Red Butterfly, by Karl H. Schlesier (Texas Tech University Press) and Hundred in …

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