Tag: The Apothecary Rose

Little, Big: the Royal Court vs. Owen Archer’s York

While you await the publication day of A Triple Knot, I thought I’d share with you the paper I presented at the most recent International Congress on Medieval Studies. The session was The Real Generic Middle Ages, sponsored by the Tales After Tolkien Society.… Continue Reading “Little, Big: the Royal Court vs. Owen Archer’s York”

Talking Shop with Chris Nickson

It’s my great pleasure to welcome my friend Chris Nickson, author of the critically acclaimed Richard Nottingham series set in 18th century Leeds that began with The Broken Token and holds the honor of having received a starred review in Publishers Weekly for all… Continue Reading “Talking Shop with Chris Nickson”

A Rose By Any Other Name

I’ve been playing with piles of my books for a banner photo for FB–yes, I am preparing to put up a fan page on Facebook. What gorgeous covers. This photo doesn’t do them justice, but since I was writing about titles I thought it… Continue Reading “A Rose By Any Other Name”

Wishing You a Warm Holiday Season and a Wondrous New Year

I woke this morning thinking of Christmas in York, 1992, a few weeks after The Apothecary Rose sold to St Martin’s and they expressed interest in a series. I was walking on air. My husband and I took a number of photos on Christmas… Continue Reading “Wishing You a Warm Holiday Season and a Wondrous New Year”