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Medieval Monday's theme of "celebrations" concludes today, and we've returned home to my own story, To Weave A Highland Tapestry. As a special bonus, I've expanded the final scene to give you a teaser into my next work-in-progress, Magnar: The Wolves of Clan Sutherland coming this summer! I hope you've enjoyed this round of Medieval Monday. Excerpt from TO WEAVE A HIGHLAND TAPESTRY Lifting his arms outward, the druid proclaimed in a loud voice, “As we greet the longest night,
Welcome to Medieval Monday! We have only two more weeks left of our theme of "Celebrations." I hope you've been following along. My guest today is the lovely Ruth A. Casie. She's sharing a snippet from her medieval romance, The Pirate's Redemption. Psst...Ruth is the creator of all our beautiful Medieval Monday videos! And if you're following along with mine, hop on over to Ruth's blog here! Enjoy! Snippet from The Pirate's Redemption “Who will sing?” Wilem called out. “Garet
Welcome to Medieval Monday! It's week 9 of our them of "Celebrations." Only a few more weeks left, my friends. And speaking of friends, my guest author is a dear one! Judith Sterling is sharing a snippet from her beautiful medieval romance, Night of the Owl. If you've been following along with mine, hop on over to Judith's blog here when you're finished. Enjoy! Snippet from Night of the Owl Not my concern, Hugh thought. But the idea gnawed at him and continued to do so even w
Welcome to Medieval Monday! We're on week seven of our "Celebrations" theme. My guest author today is my good friend, Sherry Ewing. She's sharing a snippet from her medieval romance, To Love A Scottish Laird: De Wolfe Back Connected World. And if you're following along with mine, hop on over to Sherry's blog here. Enjoy! Snippet from To Love A Scottish Laird They did not go far, only to an out-of-the-way alcove with a shuttered window. She unfastened the latch and flung open
Welcome back to Medieval Monday! It's the week of Christmas, and we're on week six of our theme of "Celebrations." My good friend, Lane McFarland is my guest author in The Tavern. She's sharing a snippet from her wonderful medieval romance, Cameron, The Daughters of Alastair MacDougall: Book 1 When you're finished reading Lane's snippet, hop on over to her blog here and read mine. Enjoy! Snippet from Cameron “Would ye care for some fresh air?” His deep voice rumbled in his ch
Welcome to Medieval Monday! We're on week five with our them of "Celebrations." My guest today is the lovely Laurel O'Donnell! She's sharing a snippet from her wonderful medieval romance, A Knight Before Christmas. I love this cover! And don't forget to hop on over to Laurel's blog here to check out mine, too. Enjoy! Snippet from A Knight Before Christmas Eve almost tripped and pulled back, holding her marred hand to her chest, cradling it. “Understandable.” “It is a disabili
Welcome to Medieval Monday! We're on week four of our theme of "Celebrations." My dear friend and talented author, Ashley York is my guest today. She's featuring a snippet from her fabulous medieval romance, Daughter of the Overking. And if you're following along with mine, which happens to be the release day, hop on over to Ashley's blog here! Enjoy! Snippet from Daughter of the Overking Trained to be suspicious of everyone, his mind and body had been on high alert for days