Tag Archives: nautical fiction
To celebrate tomorrow’s release of my fourth novel, The Driver’s Wife, you can snag a free e-book copy of my first novel, The Prodigal, at Amazon.com today. Don’t have a Kindle? No worries, just download the free Kindle app for your … Continue reading
“Who needs surnames? They’re never our own anyway.” — Patricia MacPherson, Barbados Bound, by Linda Collison. Today I’m hosting a guest blog, written by author Linda Collison. Linda’s most recent historical novel, Rhode Island Rendezvous (the fourth in her Patricia … Continue reading
Today I’m being hosted by author J.M. Aucoin, with a short article called You Don’t Know Jack. I give a bit of a lighthearted introduction to the three main characters in my Jack Mallory novels to celebrate the second edition … Continue reading
Author Matthew Willis interviewed me on his blog. You can read the interview here. And keep your eyes out for Matthew’s upcoming novels about William the Conqueror!
Tinney Heath, author of A Thing Done (an excellent read, btw), hosted me earlier this week on her blog. I share a bit more about the research behind The Prodigal. Please stop by Tinney’s website (she just returned from another … Continue reading
I’m doing a short blog hop starting today to promote The Prodigal. My first stop is at author Linda Collison’s blog. Linda has written award-winning nautical fiction as well as young adult novels. Please check out her writing, and I … Continue reading