Category: Owen Archer and Lucie Wilton

Joan of Leeds, or The Nun’s Tale

As the publication of A Conspiracy of Wolves (Owen Archer 11) approaches I have been meandering down memory lane, exploring the arc of what I think of as the first series, visiting characters confined to one or two books. One such character is Dame… Continue Reading “Joan of Leeds, or The Nun’s Tale”

Cover Reveal for A Conspiracy of Wolves

Forgive my long silence. It’s been a productive time! In early December I reviewed the copy edit of the 11th Owen Archer, A Conspiracy of Wolves, and approved the gorgeous cover. Here it is! (Didn’t the team at Severn House do a great job?!)… Continue Reading “Cover Reveal for A Conspiracy of Wolves”

Pre-publication Reviews for A Murdered Peace

Working toward a looming deadline on the eleventh Owen Archer, but wanted to share some quotes from early reviews for the Kate Clifford novel (#3), A Murdered Peace, coming out in December! From Publishers Weekly, a starred review! “Set in York in 1400, Robb’s… Continue Reading “Pre-publication Reviews for A Murdered Peace”

Where Have I Been?

You are wondering, aren’t you? You’ll be happy to read that I’ve been writing A Conspiracy of Wolves, the 11th Owen Archer. I’m now racing to the finish, and then I’ll be polishing and adding depth and details–the manuscript goes to my new publisher… Continue Reading “Where Have I Been?”

A Writer Reading: White Fang by Jack London

**warning: geeky writer post For the past several years I’ve been browsing books about wolves because, well, I’m writing a book entitled A Conspiracy of Wolves. In my research one book kept rising to the top: White Fang by Jack London. For a while… Continue Reading “A Writer Reading: White Fang by Jack London”