Last, but certainly not least in my series of MadeGlobal interviews, I have award-winning author, Wendy J. Dunn on the blog. Over the years, Wendy and I have forged a bond over our mutual love of Catherine Carey Knollys. Catherine was, of course, the protagonist of my first novel, Cor Rotto. Only a month before … Continue reading An Interview with Wendy J. Dunn
Today, I have a special treat for you! Author Danielle Marchant is here to celebrate the release of The Treacheries of Fortune, part 3 in her The Lady Rochford Saga. Marchant takes a much more sympathetic view of Jane Boleyn, Lady Rochford, and I've really enjoyed the previous titles in this series. You can expect … Continue reading Whatever Happened to Lady Jane?
This week, I have Samantha Morris on the blog talking about her latest book on the controversial Girolamo Savonarola. Don't forget to chime in on the comments below to win Claire Ridgway's course on Anne Boleyn...Who would you have at your dinner party? Congratulations on the recent release of Girolamo Savonarola: The Renaissance Preacher! This is the second … Continue reading An Interview with Samantha Morris
Next up on the blog is my interview with Personal Assistant extraordinaire, Catherine Brooks. Catherine wears many hats at MadeGlobal and I think I can speak for many of the authors when I say that we appreciate her very much! Catherine and I first met at the MadeGlobal author's event in London last fall (September … Continue reading An Interview with Catherine Brooks
The second week of MadeGlobal interviews continues today with CEO, Tim Ridgway. Photo of Tim and Adrienne at Hampton Court Palace courtesy of Tim Ridgway © 2016 Thank you so much for giving us a sneak peek into the world of publishing! What made you decide to step into the publishing world? What a great question, … Continue reading An Interview with Tim Ridgway
Schemers and dreamers; sinners and saints - the five queens depicted in this new biography by prolific writer, Alison Weir, could lay claim to each of those descriptors and many more. In this ambitious work, Weir probes the lives of the women who helped lay the foundations of England as we know it. In doing … Continue reading Book Review: Queens of the Conquest
I hopped onto Yahoo today...It's not my usual search engine, but sometimes I like to use it to get a glance at the news before I go digging into whatever I'm looking for...and I was disheartened to see the familiar face of one of my favorite actors in another story about failed sobriety. I won't … Continue reading All Aboard the If-Only Train
Recently, I was over at my favorite geek-hangout, Nerdalicious, talking about my favorite episodes of the Moffat Era on Doctor Who. Stop over and check it out: http://nerdalicious.com.au/whovian-news/doctor-who-moffat-era-adriennes-top-five/