Hearken to Avalon on TV

Hearken to Avalon is on TV! EXCITING! Check out fellow author Zita Christian’s interview with me as we explore a few key perspectives on love that are featured in Hearken to Avalon, and the work it takes to become a published author. Watch the interview HERE. Zita TV is a network devoted to literature, love

Hearken to Avalon at the Local Library

On Saturday, December 12, 2015, I had my first book reading and signing at my local library. It was a sweet first showing and I am enthusiastic to do more! What is equally exciting is to see my novel, Hearken to Avalon, on display at my local library, Belding Memorial Library in Ashfield, MA. It just

Feeling Gratitude: Hearken to Avalon Acknowledgements

Ohmygoodness! Publication of Hearken to Avalon is imminent! And I just want to take this time to thank all the folks who have provided inspiration and helped me through this process. Acknowledgements First, I would like to thank the actor Richard Armitage for this story’s inspiration. In his rendition of Guy of Gisbourne on the

Tracking Predator and Prey

Do you enjoy wandering in the woods, hunting for signs of what your wild neighbors are up to? These days, it is not so much about survival, though in the 1190’s, when Hearken to Avalon takes place, one would need to know how to track wildlife; one’s survival, and that of one’s people, may depend

Thank You Indiegogo Campaign Contributors

Hello my Dear Ones! Exciting news! I’ve made $3,760.00 in contributions through Indiegogo; 63% of my original goal. Additionally, I have received $650.00 in checks and cash, bringing the total to: $4,410.00 in contributions. THANK YOU EVERYONE! I am so many more steps closer to manifesting my dream and publishing my novel, Hearken to Avalon!

Be You Angel or Demon, Hero or Villain, Still You Come to Me

“In the dusk, angels and demons walk. Who knows who they are? Or which is which. But there they are, sneaking their gifts into the crevices of change.” ~ Lillian Nattel, The River Midnight I read this excerpt, not from this book, but in If a Tree Falls by Jennifer Rosner. A very moving account