Woot! For Karen Elizabeth Brown! She launches her debut book, Medieval Muse. Congratulations Karen!
What happens when Victoria Budroix receives a cameo that promises to give her the desires of her heart? Since she doesn’t know what that would be, a trip to medieval times, intrigue, threat of war and an overbearing lord are on the list for her to choose from. Or could it be meeting her one true love?
Sir William of Conrad has escorted a stranger home to be under his protection. He discovers this woman speaks her own mind and melts his heart. He faces his father’s outrage and a broken alliance with the neighboring clan by falling in love.
Medieval Muse is available as a free read from Smashwords.com.
Karen Elizabeth Brown’s passion for writing is what fills her entire life with exhilarating inspiration. She spends her days writing, doing research and studying about the subjects of her stories.
When she’s not writing, she enjoys music and reading, especially medieval fantasy. Born in Southern California, she migrated to Southern Oregon in 1974 where she now resides in the Rogue Valley with her family and friends. Find out more about the author at her official website: www.karenelizabethbrown.com
I’m still madly scrambling to finish up The Renaissance of Hetty Locklear. I’m on the polished draft, but still have a lot of work to do. After pretty much rewriting the first eight chapters, I freaked most of this week about my slow progress. But it seems to have smoothed out, and the polishing is picking up speed. So, I feel pretty good about where I’m at and how much time I have left. I can do it! You know what I say … never give up, never surrender.
Because my publisher is such a slave driver, that damned M. Pax, I’ll only be up at the observatory Saturday instead of both nights. I just can’t afford two late nights right now. There’s a lot of moon again anyway. So I won’t miss much. Here’s a moon shot from last Saturday:
I took this one using my special eyepiece I call, “Precious.” An 11 mm Nagler. I know that means nothing to most of you, but it’s a very, very nice eyepiece which gives me lovely, lovely views through my 8″ Dob. Some of which rival the 24″ scope under the dome. Had the polarizing filter on, too. Helps me get a better shot, because I can control how much glare is bouncing off the moon.
Other than those few hours of astronomizing Saturday night, I’m working, working, working. Unless the kitties need a hug, which they often do. What are your plans for the weekend? Going to read some Medieval Muse?