Good things come in Threes! My historical fiction, light paranormal novel-writing career has had more than three delightful incidents this year. These three experiences stand out. Each has been an encouragement to me when I am drawn back to the keyboard every day to write more and more.
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ONE: Newest paranormal novel released, The Devereaux Jewel is included in Southern Writers Magazine beautiful Catalog. I invite you to visit the page here my newest novel, then enjoy a scroll through the pretty pictures!
The story of a Anna Devereaux’s bravery and strength in the face of a secret and threat to her new family has been a real pleasure for me to write. I’m all ‘aglow’ now that my work has been published and made available to readers who enjoy a mixture of history and mystery and paranormal.
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TWO: 20th Century historical fiction, paranormal novel, Emalyn’s Treasure has been a popular story among readers. The angels and history tell a special tale with beauty and delightful romance. Beautiful swans are featured. In the Celtic mind, swans represent the rising of a new day and farewell to the old day as the sun sets. Readers have responded to Emalyn in a beautiful way, leading to this lovely story being awarded a Gold Medal at Readers’ Favorites.
THREE: Another paranormal, historical novel, The Beggar’s Miracle, carried the saga which began in Emalyn’s Treasure picks up for more historic Ireland. Not the typical history of an ancient time. Rather the days of the Magdalene Laundries are visited. The Beggar’s Miracle tells how dear, dear Bitty Brown rises above the fate for which she seemed destined. Bitty’s destiny is to carry on the family that Emalyn’s story began.
Readers joined their loyalty again, voting for the lovely cover on The Beggars’ Miracle. Award – a bronze medal in the cover contest at AuthursDB.
Thank you, Readers who enjoy Paranormal, historical fiction.
Readers — YOU — are what make me get up in the morning. I find no sense in simply filling paper without a faith that story will be read. Or remembered by readers. Thank you, loyal readers, for staying with my stories. And for telling your reader friends about a good chance to expand their own library.