Diamonds Tales

Following the advent season, Discovering Diamonds is running Diamond Tales from December 3rd through to December 23rd, featuring a new short story or excerpt a day from Indie and traditional published authors. I’m really excited to have been invited to contribute to Diamond Tales. My short story “The Diamonds of Sint-Nicholaas” features James and Elizabeth from Traitor’s Knot in a new chapter in their lives.

Discovering Diamonds is a brainchild of Helen Hollick, a site that reviews mostly Indie and small press historical fiction (and all the sub genres). Helen has brought her passion for Indie authors from managing the HNS Indie Reviews into this new venture. It’s a great place to find your next read.

To kick off Diamond Tales, here’s a poignant story by Richard Tearle called “Diamonds” (click here to read).

Here’s the schedule for Diamond Tales:

3 December “Diamonds” by Richard Tearle

4 December “When ex-lovers have their uses” by Hellen Hollick

5 December “Britannia’s Diamonds” by Antoine Vanner

6 December “Diamond Windows” by Nicky Galliers

7 December “The Lost Diamond” by Denise Barnes

8 December “A Soul Above Diamonds” Elizabeth Jane Corbett

9 December “Murder in Silks” by Lucienne Boyce

10 December “The Curious Case of the Disappearing Diamond” by Julia Brannan

11 December “Sometimes It Happens” by Pauline Barclay

12 December “Hearts, Home and a Precious Stone” by Annie Whitehead

13 December “Edward, Con Extraordinaire” by Inge H. Borg

14 December “The Empress Emerald” by J.G. Harlond

15 December “Diamonds in the Desert” by Charlene Newcomb

16 December “A Suitable Gift” by Susan Grossey

17 December “Three Thousand Years to Saturnalia” by Alison Morton

18 December “Illicitly Familial Diamonds” by Nancy Jardine

19 December “The Stolen Diamonds” by Elizabeth St. John

20 December “Discovering the Diamond” by Barbara Gaskell Denvil

21 December “Diamonds in the Mud” by Anna Belfrage

22 December “The Diamonds of Sint-Nicholaas” by Cryssa Bazos

23 December “Diamonds . . . In Sound & Song”

Happy reading and happy advent!

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