Today’s the day! It’s the release of Soul of the Wolf, the second of The Novels of Ravenwood. Hope you have as much fun reading it as I had writing it!https://amzn.com/B06WP4GSCR
A Norman lady shows a Saxon sorcerer there’s no greater magic than love.
HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY, EVERYONE!
I just contracted Soul of the Wolf, the sequel to Flight of the Raven. It’s the second of The Novels of Ravenwood and takes place in Northumberland in the winter of 1101. For those of you who read the first book, Soul of the Wolf is Wulfstan’s story. He must solve an ancient riddle and bring light to a troubled land. And of course, he’ll find love along the way.
With my second book of The Novels of Ravenwood series turned in to my editor, I’m moving on to the third one. I’ve already created a rough outline, so this week is all about research. My story is set in northern England in the spring of 1102. Imagination is a powerful thing, so every detail is important when creating a world in which readers will not only step foot but live. Maybe I’m influenced by my love of old movies or the fact that I live in Salem, Massachusetts, the Halloween capital of the world, but I can almost hear Dr. Frankenstein’s maniacal cry, “It’s alive! It’s alive!” It’s my job to breathe life, love, and a hint of magic into history. With any luck, I’ll fashion a world that makes readers want to get cozy and stay for a while.