Tag: York

York as Inspiration

A reader who follows me on Facebook requested a post about why I chose York. I chuckled, because as a historian of late medieval England my immediate response is, “Why not?!” But that’s no fun, is it? Today, on the 35th anniversary of the… Continue Reading “York as Inspiration”

In the beginning, Lucie & Bess

On UK publication day of A Conspiracy of Wolves, the 11th Owen Archer, I find myself thinking back to the story that started it all. I’d slipped away from my graduate studies to think about what I really wanted, and moved across country. While… Continue Reading “In the beginning, Lucie & Bess”

A Conspiracy of Wolves the Editor’s Pick for April! (August in the US)

I am so excited that my new publisher, Severn House, has chosen A Conspiracy of Wolves, the 11th Owen Archer, as their Editor’s Pick for April in the UK! They have some wonderful things to say about it, too. “With A CONSPIRACY OF WOLVES,… Continue Reading “A Conspiracy of Wolves the Editor’s Pick for April! (August in the US)”

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: A Murdered Peace (Kate Clifford 3)

I have been truant far too long! But here I am, unveiling the cover for the third Kate Clifford, A Murdered Peace, which will be published on 2 October in the US, UK, and Canada. At long last Kate is depicted with a bit… Continue Reading “Cover Reveal: A Murdered Peace (Kate Clifford 3)”