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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

Finally! Breaking the Blog Silence

Where have I been? I've been MIA here ... why? Partly it had to do with a big change to my website, which threw me off. I couldn't quite figure out how to navigate it, and various visuals I used before were suddenly missing. I was, as they say "all 6s and 7s" (an...

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“Oh poo!” you say?

As I've no doubt mentioned before, I'm a big fan of Renaissance magazine. I devour every issue as soon as it arrives. It's largely intended for devotees of living history, specifically those who participate in Renaissance fairs. That aspect of the publication doesn't...

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In Search of the Heroine’s Journey

I've been addicted to the theory of the Hero's Journey as story structure since I read Cambell's groundbreaking work,The Hero With a Thousand Faces, in high school. It's at the core of virtually every book I admire on plot: The Writer's Journey by Christopher Vogler,...

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Happy April Fools’ Day … or is it April Fish Day?

What is the history of April Fools' Day? A reference to April Fools' Day pranks has been found as early as 1539, in a comical poem by Flemish writer Eduard De Dene. Over a century later, in 1686, John Aubrey of England noted "Fooles holy day" observed on April 1st. At...

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Procrastination (and procrastination avoidance)

I haven't posted here for some time. It's not that I don't have a lot to share — I do! — but, rather, whenever I think to post to my blog I realize that I really should be writing ... or revising ... or researching ... You get the picture. For all of the above...

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