One of my favorite characters in my novels about Hakon the Good is Sigurd Hakonsson, the jarl (or earl) of Lade. Read on to hear his story and how he factors into the life of Hakon the Good.
Today, I wanted to take a closer look at King Athelstan, king of the English, and more specifically, at his possible influence on his foster son, Hakon the Good.
Looking for a Father’s Day gift? God's Hammer will be on sale for 99 cents June 9-11, 2018.
I am happy to announce that my Viking historical fiction novels God’s Hammer and Raven’s Feast have released in audiobook format.
Social class. It is one of those storytelling elements that can affect plot, character, and setting. But what happens when the social hierarchy is not so clear?
Today, I am pleased to have author Anna Belfrage on my blog. Anna is the award-winning author of a number of historical fiction novels ranging from the 12th to the 17th century. She just announced that her most recent novel in her The King's Greatest Enemy series, The Cold Light of Dawn, hits shelves tomorrow. Read on to find out more about her and her novels.
Today we're interviewing bestselling Arthurian fiction writer, Mary Anne Yarde. Read more to learn what she has to say about writing, her award-winning novels, and what's coming next.
As a thank you to readers, I am kicking off the "God's Hammer #GivingTuesday Giveaway".
This morning, I learned that God's Hammer took first place in the AuthorDB cover contest.
With Halloween just around the corner, I wanted to share 10 creatures that may have felt very real to the people of the North.
Today and tomorrow (Oct 23 and 24), the ebook version of God's Hammer will be on sale for $.99.
From today (Oct 12) until Oct 22, 2017, you can enter to win a free, signed print copy of my bestselling Viking historical fiction novel, God’s Hammer, on Goodreads! Learn more...
How does a writer create believable characters if the characters lived decades ago, centuries ago, or even, millennia ago? One of the methods is through their speech, which manifests itself in dialogue. Here is my five-step recipe for creating believable historical dialogue. Hopefully, it can be useful to you too...