Tag Archives: Traitor’s Knot

NaNoWriMo from the other side

I’ve learned something about my writing process by doing NaNoWriMo and how it can help (or hurt) the scenes I churn out. Continue reading

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Highwaymen of the 17th century

Sharing a few of my favourite highwayman escapades. Continue reading

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Historical Perspective and the Modern Audience

Balancing historical sensibilities for the modern reader is one of the biggest challenges for the historical fiction author. Continue reading

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The Hudson’s Bay Company: a 17th century multicultural start up

The Hudson’s Bay Company is known for it’s iconic striped blanket, but did you know that it a multicultural start up, founded nearly 350 years ago by two French trappers, a German Prince and an English King? Continue reading

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Combining words, art, and a book launch

One art mirrors another: the serendipity of holding a book launch in a local art gallery. Continue reading

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Because it happened: How not to write historical fiction

A historical fiction writing tip: Make it happen, instead of writing about it happening. Continue reading

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Cover wars winner!

Traitor’s Knot wins Cover Wars! Best Cover from Author Shout! Continue reading

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