Hearken to Avalon Is Published!

Shameless promotion!¬† Hearken to Avalon is published! Buy it now on CreateSpace! How you can help me promote my novel: “Like” Hearken to Avalon on Facebook and “share” my posts. Purchase Hearken to Avalon¬†through CreateSpace. Though you can also purchase my work of historical fiction on Amazon.com, CreateSpace gives me a better royalty. Purchase it

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

A Different Kind of Hero’s Journey

What are you searching for? Where does your inner adventure take you? In Hearken to Avalon, Guy of Gisbourne goes through quite an inner transformation as he becomes Guy of Avalon and accepts his role as the Stag King. He didn’t take the standard “hero’s journey”, battling dragons in some foreign for a damsel’s hand.

Richard Armitage: An Open Letter to a Source of Inspiration

The following is an open letter to Richard Armitage, the British actor and inspiration for my rendition of the historical figure, Guy of Gisbourne, in Hearken to Avalon. (And yes, this letter was sent to him in hopes of a positive response.) Dear Mr. Richard Armitage, I want to thank you for being the inspiration

The God/dess Incarnate: Meet the Lady of the Lake & the Stag King

“The Goddess as merely a concept doesn’t mean much. In order for her power to be activated, she must be channeled through real women (and men).” ~ Marianne Williamson. I resonate with the above sentiment so much. In my novel, Hearken to Avalon, the Lady of the Lake is both Goddess and representative of the