I was recently contacted by a friend who lives in Boise, Idaho. Her book club members read Midwife of Normandy and invited the author (me) to attend their discussion group. Since I live in Arizona, we tried an experiment. Using the app GoogleDuo on my Android device, I was able to participate for an hour... Continue Reading →
I was interviewed for the Literary Titan website, after being awarded a silver 4 star award for my first novel.. Hope this provides insight into my reasons for choosing this historical period and imagining what life was like for Huguenots living in 17th century France. MIDWIFE OF NORMANDY October, 2018 Midwife of Normandy follows young... Continue Reading →
Photo by rawpixel.com on Pexels.com Valentine's Day came early for me this year, and I am bursting at the seams to share my exciting news. Midwife of Normandy was downloaded 2400 times within a five day promotion, and it received 4 new customer reviews from fans who read the entire book in one sitting because... Continue Reading →
https://pixabay.com/en/antique-art-artwork-beret-catching-3949747/ One of the pecheurs (fishermen) of Dieppe who helped Delphine in Midwife of Normandy. He will return in book three of the series.
Not many things in life are free......BUT as a special gift for new readers, I am offering a FREE COPY of my first book, Midwife of Normandy via Amazon Kindle. NO STRINGS ATTACHED! This offer is open to anybody who enjoys reading ebooks.. This offer is only for 5 days--Febrary 2-6 , 2019 . Don't... Continue Reading →
Looking for the perfect gift for a friend who enjoys reading books on his or her Kindle reader or Kindle App? Here are a few accolades from fans for Midwife of Normandy: ...a beautiful and flowing story with elements of history, romance, and storytelling brought together by a colorful cast of characters. ...definitely a page... Continue Reading →
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.comMidwife of Normandy takes place in the late 17th century. The waggon Pierre Dupres used to transport his bolts of silk fabric to Dieppe would have resembled the one in this photo (minus the artistically posed pumpkins.)
We have a winner! The lucky number in the drawing for the free copy of Midwife of Normandy is 000280. Congratulations, Jan! Please contact me with your mailing address so I can send your book to you. And a big thank you to all who entered the drawing at the Cottonwood Library Book Fair. You will... Continue Reading →