Feature Guest Post: The General’s Wife by Sara R. Turnquist

Feature Guest Post: The General’s Wife by Sara R. Turnquist

    “Go home!” Ismene is speechless as she reads those words written in blood on the walls of her new home. The young, raven-haired Grecian beauty had traveled all the way from her homeland to marry the Pharaoh’s top general. But she never expected this. The hatred of the Alexandrian mob for their Greek rulers is right in front of her. It is the first of many threats she will receive. Things are escalating out of control....

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Tuesday Teaser: A Guest Post from Dawn Bartley

Tuesday Teaser: A Guest Post from Dawn Bartley

  Please welcome Guest Writer, Dawn Bartley as she shares her WIP   Regan’s instincts were right. The houses he passed were closer together and soon the numerous trees parted to give way to the view of the spreading bay of Lake Superior before the road dropped into Mills Bay, the town nestled at its shore. Now he just needed to find the hardware store. In a town this size, he couldn’t imagine there being more than one. Driving...

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A FREE Ebook: Tales of the Valkyries

A Graphic Blog with Story Snippets         What is Tales of the Valkyries? It is an anthology of short stories, a mix of Viking romance and Viking paranormal romance.     Tales of the Valkyries is my partnership with five other Viking romance and Viking paranormal romance authors, an effort to bring you the best in Viking stories…all free.         My story, To Steal a Viking Bride,...

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How to Eat Like a Viking: Salmon, the Fish Worth Fighting For

How to Eat Like a Viking: Salmon, the Fish Worth Fighting For

  Were you worried the Viking food ride was over? Summer is coming to an end, but there’s a few more Viking morsels up my sleeve. Today’s feature: Salmon Stew.     I’m doing this post differently. Call it Viking food in pictures with a little text. If I keep writing “Fish Stew” (which is what this is) you might get a gag reflex. I almost did and I love, love salmon. For some reason, fish and stew...

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Friday Feature: The Chevalier by Philippa Lodge

Friday Feature: The Chevalier by Philippa Lodge

    Emmanuel, Chevalier de Cantière, youngest son of a baron, is happiest raising horses far from his complicated family. When news comes his mother is deathly ill, he races to her side only to find she has apparently recovered and moved on, leaving behind her companion, Catherine. Catherine de Fouet blends into the background, saving up so she’ll never have to wait on waspish, scheming old ladies like the baronesse again. She...

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