Excerpt from The Broken Court, book 2 in the fantasy series Stolen Away. This scene is very much a nod to a book I read and loved as a young girl, “A Net To Catch The Wind” by Margaret Greaves. It was a library book, and I wanted to own a copy so much. Of …

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The Broken Court is now available for preorder on Amazon and Barnes & Noble! To celebrate, I posted an excerpt below. Of course, if you can’t wait for it to be released on May 30th, or if you just like to be in the know before everyone else (and you like free books) you can …

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One story’s ending is just another’s beginning… The Fairy Queen has fallen, doomed with a mortal heart, and the eld woman’s two dearest friends, the Lady of the Glade and the Goblin King, are now wed, whole and happy.  But even happy endings come with consequences, and for the eld woman, life has changed irrevocably. …

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“Thom sat amidst the frigid beauty, barefooted and without a coat, singing to the wind and laughing at jokes only he could hear.” – excerpt from The Broken Court, Chapter 5 – The Lost Ones Changlings, Kilmeny, Rhys ap Morgan, True Thomas, Tamlin – many a tale has been told about those who were spirited …

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After the prologue, this is the first chapter of The Broken Court, the novella directly following Lumina and the Goblin King. It has not seen my editor yet and so is subject to all the warnings that come with such. Still, I hope enjoy reading it! Chapter 1 – A Summer Crown for Winter’s Head …

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For the eld woman, life has changed irrevocably. Her mortality hangs on her like a shroud, and young Thom, newly returned from faerie, has turned her world upside down. Ill portents fill the air, and even the seasons are out of step… Stories often have a mind of their own, don’t they? Take Lumina and …

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I often sketch or doodle on what ever piece of paper happens to be handy. My muse must like the rhythmic scratching of my pencil because it has helped me get past many a writing block. I thought it would be fun to share some of those sketches with you along with an excerpt or …

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There are very few things that can compare to the feeling you get when you open your kindle to find the story you wrote there looking back at you. I can tell you, however, that holding the physical book in your hands takes that feeling to a whole other level. Lumina and the Goblin King …

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For my tenth birthday, my aunt and uncle gave me several interesting books, one of which was A White Horse with Wings by Anthea Davis. Printed in 1968, it is a collection of stories, most of which are retellings of fairy tales and myths. I read them many times through out my childhood. And one …

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