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Big news for you today! Size matters. My book Medieval Blood is featured on Instafreebie as part of a big romance giveaway. It’s the tale of a real life bloodthirsty Countess who always gets what she wants.
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And here. Tome Tender
If you’re a romance fan you can download til your heart’s content…if it can indeed be satisfied…surely these saucy stories will help. Enjoy! And all authors will appreciate a nice review on Amazon when you’re done.
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And it’s loaded with books!
First: I have my Filled With the Holy Spirit on Instafreebie for free HERE.
Next, all my books are now .99 HERE (so of course it would be silly to pay for the Holy Spirit book when it is free, above).
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Have you heard of Countess Bathory? In the 1500s she murdered her servant girls to harvest their blood as a beauty treatment. Today, she would be called a deranged and brutal serial killer. In the 1500s, she was royalty and could do with her servants as she pleased. Read the story of what could have happened in Medieval Blood.
Did she torture her victims? Her very first episode stemmed from her ill treatment of a servant girl, beating the girl until she bled, splashing her blood on the countess’ face. Did she mean to kill them or only to take a bit of their blood? Did she even bathe in their blood, or, worse, drink her fill of its warm, salty richness? Was she indeed the forerunner of the vampires reputed to originate in Eastern Europe? How was she discovered and how many did she kill…and how did she do it? If you like a horror story you will love Medieval Blood.
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Recipient of the Willie Morris Award for Southern fiction.
A little known part of American history is that World War I German soldiers were kept in an internment camp in North Carolina, in a converted luxury hotel. Complete with hot spring baths and contradictorily a hastily erected chain link fence, the soldiers were kept busy and allowed to build models of their German village and other projects they chose to do. While this seemed lenient to some, if they were content they might not try to escape.
The hotel manager, Steven Robbins, was given the position of supervising this camp, since he already knew the facility and grounds so well. Friction came from the town sheriff, a troublemaker if you ever saw one. Known as a hard man, a cheater, and a womanizer, Robbins stayed under the radar to avoid attracting his wrath.
In the midst of it all, a well known American photographer came to see if she could take pictures of the Germans and the internment camp. Robbins was at first reluctant to allow this potential invasion of privacy. He had too much to do what with keeping an eye on the prisoners.
Trouble ensues. I wish to avoid spoilers, so I will finish by saying this is an intimate look at a fascinating period of history. Lives are lost of some good and some bad. Anyone who likes historical fiction will enjoy this book. Though it is historical fiction, it’s more intrigue than romance, but there is some of both. I very much enjoyed reading A Short Time to Stay Here.