2nd February 2016
Today is publication day for Winterwood, my third novel and first historical fantasy. It's got pirates, a jealous ghost, a wolf shapechanger and a dark villain who may just have a point. The heroine is a cross-dressing privateer captain and occasional witch, Ross (Rossalinde) Tremayne. After seven years of estrangement she's drawn back to visit her mother's deathbed where she inherits a half-brother she didn't know about and a task she doesn't want. Set in 1800 with Napoleon knocking at the door and Mad King George on the throne, this is the first book in a new sequence called The Rowankind.
I had such fun writing this and at the moment I'm writing the sequel, Silverwolf. (Everything has such a long lead-up time in the publishing industry that Silverwolf not likely to be published until the very end of 2016 or the beginning of 2017.)
If you want to read more about Winterwood, please see this post on my other blog at Wordspress.
I'm going to be doing a blog on the cover soon, at Wordpress, too, so if you want to follow me over there, that would be very nice.
In the meantime. BOOK! TODAY! YAY!
Available in bookstores and electronic editions in Canada and the USA. Available as an import in the UK from that well known firm named after a South American river.