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Spotlight on Global Women Power

Iltani in ancient Sumer saw a need for change in her society, especially in women’s rights. While she may not have had the resources to bring about such a change, in today’s world we have not only the resources, but the people and groups dedicated to making a difference. One such group is Global Women […]

Cahokia Mounds

The last tidbit I dug out of my “previous versions vault” received such a good response I thought I’d show you some more. This was the old Chapter 2 of The Space Between Worlds. Cahokia Mounds is a pre-Columbian Native American historic site in Illinois, directly across the Mississippi River from modern St. Louis, Missouri. You […]

The Girl with the White Hair

For those of you who have read The Copper & Cobalt Trilogy, would you like to know how Anwyn became known as “The Girl with the White Hair?” Well, there is actually a story behind that. It was originally included in The Space Between Worlds in Chapter 4, but was later removed. Before finalizing that […]

Best Cinderella Retellings & Wolf Shifter Tales

In my excitement preceding my March 13th release of Elin and the Wolf: A Cinderella Shifter Story, I thought it only fitting that I share some other Cinderella and wolf shifter books with you. These are my picks. I’m curious to know which ones are your favorites! Cendrilla: A Cinderella Fairytale Retelling (Perrault Chronicles Book […]

Best Fiction Books Set in Wales

If you’re looking to escape to a far-off, magical land via the printed page, what better place to slip away to than Wales? There are so many great books that I could add to this list, but in pulling together the best fiction books set in Wales, I aimed for relevancy plus a little variety. […]

Best Young Adult Celtic Fantasy Adventure eBooks

When I look for good reads in Celtic fantasy, I always seem to find myself hunting around on Amazon forever. This is a niche genre and somehow the best books get buried under all the other types of fantasy out there. I took some time to pull the really awesome ones together in one place. Here are […]

Why Should You Write?

Besides the happiness and personal satisfaction writing generates, you write to communicate something. You have something to say and your unique communication is unlike anyone else’s. In the final analysis, the success of the finished product (novel, textbook, article, etc.) is more or less proportional to the quality of your communication. How well did you create […]

Recently I was most honored that Graham Henry, a senior reporter with one of the Welsh papers, wrote a wonderful article on me and my first novel, Lake Caerwych. A huge thanks to Mr. Henry for giving me such a great opportunity to share my work with others. Texan writer’s novel “inspired by Snowdonia” – […]