Anna Markland is another Canadian author who writes medieval romance, and also another member of the Queens of Medieval Romance group on Facebook. I’m delighted to be putting my Claire Delacroix hat on today (it has a wonderful plume) to visit Anna’s blog today, to talk about the appeal of a medieval Christmas, and The Warrior’s Prize.
Here’s the permalink to my guest post.
Come on over to say hello! If you comment on my post there, you could win a signed trade paperback copy of The Warrior’s Prize.
The Queens of Medieval Romance have put together a boxed set of ten novels called Lairds, Lords and Lovers. It’s available now for $1.99, and will only be available until April 2015.
Here’s the cover:
And here’s what’s inside:
My Champion by Glynnis Campbell
The Mackinnon’s Bride by Tanya Anne Crosby
Highland Solution by Ceci Giltenan
The Rogue by Claire Delacroix
Dance of Desire by Catherine Kean
The Highlander’s Temptation by Eliza Knight
Archangel by Kathryn Le Veque
Conquering Passion by Anna Markland
Angel’s Assassin by Laurel O’Donnell
Rowan’s Lady by Suzan Tisdale
What a great opportunity to discover some new medieval romance authors!
You can buy it at these portals:
The Queens of Medieval Romance have a new landing page at iBooks! Click here to find all of our books listed on a single page at Apple.
I’ve been invited to participate in a new Facebook group, which those of you who read medieval romance will enjoy. The Queens of Medieval Romance page was created by Kathryn Le Veque, and will highlight twelve of us who write in the niche. Kathryn has big plans for events, interviews and contests, so don’t miss out on the fun.
You can like the new page, right here.