A Knight of Honor is now available to buy on Smashwords. If you’ve never been to Smashwords, you should check it out. You can buy ebooks in all different kinds of formats. You can buy html files, pdf files, text files, epub files and more. So if you don’t have a Kindle or Nook, you […]
A Knight on Honor is now available on the Nook! You can find it here.
A Knight of Honor is now available on the Kindle Great low price of just $2.99
Taylor Sullivan is a raven-haired hellion fleeing the tragic flames that destroyed her family. She arms herself with a quick sword and a sharp tongue, hiring herself out as a mercenary, willing to do whatever it takes to survive. Slane Donovan is a knight of honor, sworn to uphold his oath and his word. He […]
We’re finishing up the final last minute touches on A Knight of Honor and it should be available very shortly. A Knight of Honor is a very action-oriented story involving an outcast mercenary heroine, a trusted mentor, mysterious men in black, the black death, burning castles and, of course, a heroic knight of honor! Check […]
Chivalry – The notion of chivalry comes directly from the medieval ages. Knights lived by a code and conducted themselves with superiority. Not only were they strong and skilled, but they also conducted themselves honorably with bravery, courtesy and gallantry toward woman. What a notion! It’s so romantic to think of the strongest, bravest men […]
The Angel and the Prince is now available in trade paperback at Createspace.com. If you like a good old-fashioned paperback to hold in your hands, here’s your chance!
Our first The Angel and the Prince book trailer is now on YouTube! Click the gold The Angel and the Prince Book Trailer title above to view it.
Swords — Swords are so adventurous and dangerous that I couldn’t resist adding them in my blog! Swords were a symbol of power in medieval times. It was illegal for anyone outside the medieval nobility to own a sword. Swords were very expensive and many of the lower classes couldn’t afford them anyway. Knights were […]