Monthly Archives: July 2014

Around the Cauldron

I was delighted last year when Mark Barry invited me to join him for an interview around the Wizard’s Cauldron. It was great fun so I was thrilled to be a guest again this year as part of The King’s … Continue reading

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Red, white, blue and new

This past weekend was the big The King’s Redress launch. I got all suited up in my red, white and blue spangled sweater which I wear once a year on Independence Day and had an explosively good time signing books … Continue reading

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Celebrate Indie-pendence Day

Today, July 4th, is Independence Day in the USA. It just so happens that I’m launching my latest novel, The King’s Redress, during First Friday at the Port Aransas Art Center, 323 N. Alister in Port Aransas, from 5:30 to … Continue reading

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Book love, Italian style

WoW is right. How cool is this? With the release of The King’s Redress, King Bewilliam and his knights are getting a lot of attention. So it’s great that Holly and Rusty are getting a little love too … in … Continue reading

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The bewildering Deidre

Today on The King’s Redress blog tour, you get to meet an intriguing member of the kingdom of the Chalklands. On her blog, Alesha Escobar introduces Deidre, a startling young woman who leaves King Bewilliam more bewildered than ever. Find … Continue reading

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