Category: A Triple Knot

A GLIMPSE INTO A WRITER’S PROCESS: A TRIPLE KNOT

On World Book Day, a paper presented in 2013 about how A Triple Knot came into being.

Guest Posts on Word Wenches and Passages To the Past

I love hosting guests on A Writer’s Retreat, but this week the tables are turned and I’m the guest of two wonderful blogs, Passages To the Past and Word Wenches. Come have a look! http://bit.ly/1rDR2Io   Passages To the Past http://bitly.com/1kf8IrI  Word Wenches And coming… Continue Reading “Guest Posts on Word Wenches and Passages To the Past”

Joan's Catch-22 (and it's publication day!)

“What family doesn’t have its ups and downs?”–Eleanor of Aquitaine (Katherine Hepburn) in The Lion in Winter. Katherine Hepburn’s droll delivery of that line became a mantra in my head as I wrote A Triple Knot, my book about Joan of Kent, the daughter… Continue Reading “Joan's Catch-22 (and it's publication day!)”

Joan’s Catch-22 (and it’s publication day!)

“What family doesn’t have its ups and downs?”–Eleanor of Aquitaine (Katherine Hepburn) in The Lion in Winter. Katherine Hepburn’s droll delivery of that line became a mantra in my head as I wrote A Triple Knot, my book about Joan of Kent, the daughter… Continue Reading “Joan’s Catch-22 (and it’s publication day!)”

ICMS 2014 White Hart Sessions

On the last day of the International Congress on Medieval Studies at Western Michigan University, I attended three sessions sponsored by the Society of the White Hart, which is always a high point for me as it tends to be in these sessions, focusing… Continue Reading “ICMS 2014 White Hart Sessions”