March Happenings!

At long last, I’m pleased to say that The Queen of the Platform will be available on March 12, just in time for Women’s History Month! It can be found in paperback and e-book form at your favorite online bookstore or ordered in paperback through your local bookseller. Can’t wait to get my latest book before readers’ eyes at last!

Speaking of Women’s History Month, my fellow author Janis Robinson Daly created this list of biographical historical novels featuring women. It’s a great mix of authors, publishers, subjects, and eras, and it includes my latest, so check it out!

If you’re on Facebook, stop by the Historical Fiction Club page on March 18, where I’ll be doing an author takeover all day long. (That means I’ll be lording it over the group all day long, posting about my new novel and doing a giveaway.) The group is open to anyone who’s interested in historical fiction, so join before March 18 and stop in any time that day!

Finally, for those in the Winchester, Virginia, area, I’ll be signing The Queen of the Platform at the Winchester Book Gallery in downtown Winchester from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 24. Hope to see some of you there!


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