Here at last is the cover of TROUBADOUR. It’s an adventure and love story set in 1209, and my editor at Mira tells me it will be out in bookstores in Australia and New Zealand in April. The heroine is a resourceful young woman and the hero a nobleman desperate to save his city-state at any cost. We are still in the page proofs stage but as the time gets closer, I’ll put up an excerpt.
Wishing you all a safe and joyous Christmas and a wonderful 2017!
Plantagenet Society of Australia
About 15 years ago, six of us started a history society dedicated to the Plantagenet era (Henry II—Richard III). We meet six times a year and our invited speakers are experts from many fields.
We now have a Facebook page and you can find videos of the talks we’ve enjoyed this year from guest speakers Professor Carole Cusack , Professor Jonathon Wooding and yours truly.
The first meeting of 2017 will be on Saturday 21 January at Hornsby Library – Hanged, Drawn and Quartered: A Discussion on Medieval Crime and Punishment.