Coming soon to a book club near you, and other updates

The Half-Drowned King was chosen for the Winter 2018-2019 Reading Groups List, in Historical Fiction! 

“Fierce storytelling honors the 13th-century Icelandic saga Heimskringla, which is retold here through the adventures of brother and sister Ragnvald and Swanhild. This novel is a real swashbuckler: true historical fiction in the tradition of James Michener and the ancient sagas themselves. A new favorite.” —Maeve Noonan, Northshire Bookstore, Saratoga Springs, NY

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I talked with Ed Pizzarello of the Miles To Go Podcast. You can listen here and win a free signed copy of The Sea Queen.

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I’ve been doing some volunteering for the NH Dems. Also knitting, and now I’m putting those things together:

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I started blogging at the venerable Amazing Stories Magazine, about What’s New In Fantasy! My most recent post covered some new and ongoing fantasy comics.

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I wrote about my top 5 fictional arranged marriages at FreshFiction.com.

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I’ve done fewer appearances for The Sea Queen than I did for The Half-Drowned King, but I did an event at Politics and Prose at the Wharf in Washington, DC, a signing at Friendly Neighborhood Comics in Bellingham, MA, and just this week, a reading at the library in my new home town.

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My podcast, That Book was BONKERS, continues to be a ton of fun to research and record. Just recently we covered The Pillow Book by Sei Shonagon, and soon we will be doing a Halloween-themed episode.

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I am deep in edits on The Golden Wolf, enjoying a New England fall, and cooking a lot. And that’s all the news these days!

 

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