May McGoldrick. The Enemies of Versailles. Sally Christie. The Intended. Sarah Woodbury. Venus in Winter. Gillian Bagwell. The Lost Tudor Princess.
VBT & Give&way – The King Must Die by N. Gemini Sasson
Alison Weir. The Tudor Bride. The Vatican Princess. CHF 8. The Confessions of Young Nero.
Margaret George. A Triple Knot. Emma Campion. The Tudor Princess. Darcey Bonnette. The Romanov Empress. House of Rejoicing. Libbie Hawker. The Conqueror's Wife. Stephanie Thornton. Eater of Hearts. Four Sisters, All Queens. The Agincourt Bride. The Boleyn Bride. Brandy Purdy. Patricia Bracewell. Hostage Queen. Thistle and the Rose.
Storm in the Sky. The Queen's Choice. Royal Mistress. Anne Easter Smith. The Rivals of Versailles. Reluctant Queen. Geraldine Evans. Freda Lightfoot writing as Marion Carr.
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The Virgin's War. Laura Andersen. Blood Between Queens. Barbara Kyle. A King's Ransom. Sharon Kay Penman. Charles the King. Evelyn Anthony.
Say That Again
Blood Hemlock. White Lotus.
The Fallen Queen. Emily Purdy. The Woodvilles. Susan Higginbotham.
Harold The King. Helen Hollick. Angel of Skye. CHF 4. The Tiger Queens. Persian Rose.
- Municipal Murder.
- Words Defined Prophetically.
- Bitácora Mochilera (Spanish Edition)!
- LHéritier du Vent, tome 2: la Croisée des Eléments (le Cycle du Vent) (French Edition);
Dark Tracks. Philippa Gregory. The Orphan of Florence. Jeanne Kalogridis. The Virgin's Spy.
Isabeau, A Novel of Queen Isabella and Sir Roger Mortimer
The Boleyn Reckoning. The Enchantress. The very first book I wrote, in the late 's, was more along the lines of historical fantasy, but without the magic, which I suppose didn't make it much of a fantasy. Epic fail. I had a few responses for partials from agents, but eventually realized I needed to write something better. The next book was about Owain Glyndwr, who was the last Welsh prince of Wales.
- What is Kobo Super Points?.
- It's Me....?
- Banda sonora (Las Tres Edades) (Spanish Edition).
Finally, I wrote her a break-up letter, only to receive a notice shortly afterward from her estate lawyer telling me she had died. I had a wonderful agent for The Bruce Trilogy who tried relentlessly to find a publisher. We had sincere interest from editors along the way, getting as far as acquisitions meetings, but none panned out. In the meantime, I'd finished writing Isabeau. Wash, rinse, repeat.
With kids going off to college, I had to move forward and think about re-entering the work force soon. Going through the whole submissions process again wasn't something I had time for. That led me to the decision to independently publish. My curiosity about the rest of the story, beyond William Wallace, had been piqued and so I began to read, and read, and read I always try to gather resources from different viewpoints and as I did so, the picture of Isabella that emerged was very different from what the contemporary chroniclers partial to Edward II, or even their son Edward III, portrayed.
Coming Dec. 26th, 2015
Hers was a story waiting to be told. I couldn't not write it. I've since gone on to write a time travel romance and adventure In the Time of Kings and my upcoming novels are contemporary fiction that will focus on the many roles that dogs play in our lives.