What a little gray kitty has taught me.
I'm looking for early readers for my new novel, The Welsh Gambit, book 2 in my Tudor Throne series. (I already have one here, and she had fun so maybe you will too! 😉 This novel continues and deepens the stories of Margaret Pole, Lady Anwen, and Lady Anne Tyrell from the first novel, as... Continue Reading →
Man’s hubris knows no bounds. Mary Shelley knew this when she wrote the now-famous novel, Frankenstein. And so it is a fitting tribute to have her portrait hung on the walls of a mansion in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, as a reminder to audiences that the themes of her book are still relevant today. The... Continue Reading →
I wonder, when was the first time someone blamed God for a horrific act against humanity? And when will be the last time, when He finally shows up (again) to roll His divine eyes and say, “Honestly, mortals, must you blame everything on me? I gave you brains for a reason. You could use them... Continue Reading →
I’ve never known a Brit without an opinion on the Duke of Windsor, also known as the “abdicated king.” And I cannot guess what the writer thinks of him, either, since he makes him in turns, dreadful and pitiable. “David” enters an England glad to see him (if you ask the wrong people), and loathe... Continue Reading →
Just dropping my readers a note to inform them they can pre-order the first book in my Tudor Throne series on Kindle. The paperback will come out at the same time, but is not available for pre-order. Thanks to everyone who signed up to read and review it for me! =)
One of my friends told me this episode played to her worst nightmare: the inability to research history with accuracy. Historical research is already inaccurate, because unless you’re dealing with sources with proven facts and not eyewitness accounts, hearsay, historian hypothesis, or personal letters, whatever perspective you receive is slanted by someone’s bias. History is... Continue Reading →