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Category Archives: echoes rising
My winner for the rafflecopter was Amanda H. Congratulations! A huge thank you to everyone who followed my tour, and who entered the rafflecopter. You guys rock!
Three fabulous reviews for Comes a Horseman… Erin from Diverse Reader wrote: There was tension and heartbreak, and action and even some beautifully tender moments throughout the book. I am definitely going to go back and read the series from … Continue reading
I’m sharing an exclusive excerpt today at Divine Magazine as part of my blog tour for Comes a Horseman. Thanks for hosting! This is the final stop on the tour. Thank you again to everyone who took part.
I’m being interviewed by Lucy Marker today as part of the tour for ‘Comes a Horseman’. Insightful questions by someone who has read the book! Check out the interview here, and don’t forget to enter the giveaway. Thanks for hosting … Continue reading
I’m over at Aisling Mancy‘s today blogging about protagonists and antagonists and a matter of perspective as part of the Comes a Horseman tour. Thanks for hosting me! There’s only 4 days left for the rafflecopter so don’t forget to … Continue reading
I’m over at Amy Lane’s as part of her Kermit Flail for August. Thanks for hosting me!
I’m at My Fiction Nook as part of my tour for Comes a Horseman. This week is the anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and my post is titled Lest We Forget. Thanks for hosting me.
Three more stops on the Comes a Horseman Blog Tour! I’m at Nic Starr’s as part of her #friendlyfriday series blogging about the chess analogy in Echoes Rising series. You can read Pawn Takes Knight here. I’m blogging about my … Continue reading
I’m visiting two stops on my Comes a Horseman blog tour today. I’m over at Andrew Q. Gordon’s blogging about working with history when writing historical fiction. And I’ve written a flash fiction called Resisting the Enemy which takes place … Continue reading