Thursday, July 1, 2010
A Saxon Tapestry
Since coming back from beautiful Florida I have been very busy promoting A Saxon Tapestry. It just so happened that many things came together all at once. It wasn't that I was running around arranging things to happen like this, it's just that when an opportnity comes along for you to talk about your latest book, you grab it.
If you have missed my many posts you can read about me at the following, and if you like leave a comment.
Also if you would like to read a review of A Saxon Tapestry, this can be found at www.longandshortreviews.blogspot.com
I thought I would give you an example of this review - so here we go. Hope to be chatting with you more generally next week.
"The ingrigues, subterfuge, scheming and conflicts that keep Alfled on the estate make A Saxon Tapestry spellbinding. The twists and turns in the plot tantalize.
The story is filled with cruelty, jealousy and continual battles that Rolf is pulled back into, making lives dark with misery with ony rare times of light, carefree, normal living.
Margaret Blake's captivating style of writing takes your breath away at times. While she shows the horrors of war she also slips in a wonderful love story that reaffirms the resilience of people to overcome hardships and built a life with hope for the future." (Long and Short Reviews).
A Saxon Tapestry published by www.whiskeycreekpress.com
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