Apples in Avalon

Our Beloved Fall Fruit: the Apple “There is no fruit, in temperate climes, so universally esteemed and so extensively cultivated, nor is there any which is so closely identified with the social habits of the human species, as the apple”. ~ Robert Hogg, British Pomology, 1851 The Apple, Malus domestica, is a member of the

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

The Avalon – Glastonbury Connection part 2

Upon reading the legends of Morgan Le Fey there is no reference of her death. What happened to her? Perhaps she retreated into the Lands of the Sidhe. Perhaps she still lives, dwelling amongst the Faie in Avalon. But Avalon was swallowed by the mists of the Lake. And where was that Lake? That Lake

The Avalon – Glastonbury Connection part 1

“That’s what fiction is for. It’s for getting at the truth when the truth isn’t sufficient for the truth.” ~ Tim O’Brien, The Things They Carried This quote struck me because as I researched for my novel, I recognized that the only “facts” we knew were what was written down and not destroyed. So I

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

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

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