Saturday, October 1, 2016

Kindle Sale, Cover Reveal, & Giveaway . . . Oh My!

I have great news for my readers this month!

Kindle Sale

The first bit of news is that Plantagenet Princess, Tudor Queen has been selected by Amazon UK as a Monthly Kindle Deal! That's right, if you are in the UK, you can read the story of Elizabeth of York for only 99p. It hasn't been available for that price since it was chosen for the sale almost a year ago, so snatch it up.

Cover Reveal

Readers are more eager than ever before to get started with the Plantagenet Embers series because the cover of book three has been revealed!

Queen of Martyrs will tell the story of Mary I. Though she is commonly remembered as 'Bloody Mary', I intend to help people take a closer look at this devout woman who endured much heartache in her life and investigate her motives for the religious unrest of her reign. You can look forward to Queen of Martyrs in 2017.

Book Giveaway

Finally, all this good news has me feeling like celebrating, so how about a book giveaway? Comment on this blog and be entered to win your choice of an audiobook of Plantagenet Princess, Tudor Queen or a ebook of any of my current titles. Share a link to a review, give me your thoughts on the new cover, or just say 'hello'. I love to hear from you!


  1. I look forward to reading the Mary Tudor book - I like the covers of all the Plantagenet embers books

    1. Thank you so much! It has been wonderful learning more about Mary.

  2. the rosary beads are an inspired chose.

  3. I have always had a soft spot for Mary. I feel like she has gotten a raw deal from historians who never really considered how Henry's treatment of her and her mother impacted her, especially when it occurred at such a formative in her life. I am glad to see your book among those that may change perception of her, and show Mary in a more accurate light!

    As others have said, the cover is beautiful. Cover art is so important to me and all three are very well-done.

    1. I'm glad you think so! I am prepared for feedback from those who can only think of her as 'Bloody Mary' but hope that many more will see a more complete picture of her.