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The Shadow Queen

Mistress of the Sun

The Josephine B. Trilogy

CANADA:

The Many Lives & Secret Sorrows of Josephine B.
Chapters.indigo.ca
Amazon.ca
Indie

Tales of Passion, Tales of Woe
Chapters.indigo.ca
Amazon.ca
Indie

The Last Great Dance on Earth
Chapters
Amazon.ca
Indie

USA:

The Many Lives & Secret Sorrows of Josephine B.
Amazon.com
Barnes & Noble
Powell’s
Indie

Tales of Passion, Tales of Woe
Amazon.com
Barnes & Noble
Powell’s
Indie

The Last Great Dance on Earth
Amazon.com
Barnes & Noble
Powell’s
Indie

WORLDWIDE:

The Many Lives & Secret Sorrows of Josephine B.
Kindle: UK Germany France Italy Spain
Kobo
W.H.Smith
iBook

Tales of Passion, Tales of Woe
Kindle: UK Germany France Italy Spain
Kobo
W.H.Smith
iBook

The Last Great Dance on Earth
Kindle: UK Germany France Italy Spain
Kobo
W.H.Smith
iBook

The Omnibus Edition

House of books & dreams

Imagine a little house—or, rather, more properly, a two-story reading room—containing thousands of books. Imagine this house on the outskirts of Killaloe, a rural village of six hundred in northern Ontario. Amazing. I had the pleasure of visiting "Love's Healing...

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Like wild! In the pink! On final stage revision …

I started writing this post six months ago, back when The Game of Hope was titled Moonsick. As part of the final check, then, I was looking for "legal" and "illegal" words—that is, words that didn't exist in 1800. Here are the words and phrases I was surprised to...

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A newsletter, finally!

I'm about to send out a newsletter — my first in six months! I've been MIA here on this blog, as well, the result of moving into a house still under construction, all the while working to finish my next novel, THE GAME OF HOPE. Those of you who are already signed up...

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Trying to write in 2017 …

I sent draft 9.8 of The Game of Hope to my editor – a partial deadline met, which is always a wonderful feeling. Right now I'm organizing my beta-reader and consultant feedback notes and making further changes. The final-final draft is due in only two-and-a-half...

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Phantasmagoria: the first horror picture show

I have been doing quite a bit of research into Phantasmagorie for the Young Adult novel I'm writing about Josephine's daughter Hortense. Phantasmagoria was an extremely popular "show" put on for both children and adults in France after the French Revolution, featuring...

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4 Formulas for Figuring out a Story

Figuring out a novel’s “elevator pitch” — the summation of a story in a sentence or two — is invariably difficult for novelists, at least it is for me. My mind does not lend itself to reductions. I’m more of the expanding type. (Not an asset.) These 4 formulas — which...

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