Many thanks to the editors at Per Contra for these latest poetry publications! http://percontra.net/issue/winter-2015/poetry/the-sheela-na-gig-at-llandrindod-wells/ http://percontra.net/issue/spring-2016/poetry/the-home-front/ http://percontra.net/issue/spring-2016/poetry/a-may-poem/ http://percontra.net/issue/winter-2015/poetry/the-sheela-na-gig-at-llandrindod-wells/
Natalie Grueninger was kind enough to post my blog about a recent visit to Hatfield House–the sometime home of Elizabeth I, Mary I, and Edward VI. It is a beautiful site, always worth revisiting. And there’s a giveaway of my new Tudor novel, The King’s Sisters! Thanks, Natalie!
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Cheryl Miller and I discuss Anne of Cleves, Tudor England, and the third installment in my Cross and Crown series: The King’s Sisters. Thanks to everyone at WTVR in Richmond for making this a wonderful experience! http://wtvr.com/2015/09/28/author-sarah-kennedy-introduced-her-latest-project-the-kings-sisters/
My thanks to Katherine Bailey and the Minneapolis Star Tribune for this wonderful review of The King’s Sisters! http://www.startribune.com/review-the-king-s-sisters-by-sarah-kennedy/329543241/ A quick brush-up on Tudor history might be a good idea for readers about to embark on Sarah Kennedy’s excellent novel, … Continue reading
I talked with the wonderful and talented C. P. Lesley recently about historical fiction, the writing life, and the third novel in my series about Tudor England, The King’s Sisters. Click on the link to listen to the entire conversation–and … Continue reading
Thank you to Sarah Johnson for publishing this essay on Reading the Past! Click on the title to read it all: Mystery: “Whodunit” or Whom Do You Seek?”
Spring has arrived, and with it daffodils and crocuses and sunshine bright enough to promise a long season of growth. This is the time of year for looking forward and welcoming new life. But I’ve been thinking about the past … Continue reading