Check out this hilarious review of my book, Robin: Lady of Legend, that had me laughing out loud! (Be sure to read beyond the initial synopsis!)
For those of you who have written to me beseeching news of a sequel, I have something good to tell you. I just finished writing the first chapter!
To be frank, I had no intention of penning a sequel when I created Robin: Lady of Legend. Actually, I intended for it to be a […]
Thank you to everyone who posted a review of my book, Robin: Lady of Legend! It has successfully made it to the Semi-Finals of Amazon’s Breakthrough Novel Award. That means it beat out 99% of the competition (in other words, it was in the top 1% of all entries).
The three finalists will be […]
Robin: Lady of Legend needs your help! My book has successfully made it to the quarter-finals of Amazon’s Breakthrough Novel Award contest, and now to make it to the semi-finals, it needs your votes! Click on this link to download a FREE Excerpt from the book, and then (this is the most important […]
Robin: Lady of Legend falls into two main genres: (1) Historical Fiction and (2) Young Adult. However, it can also be categorized under the following sub-genres:
Action and Adventure Historical Romance Women’s Fiction Teen Books
Hope that helps!
Because Robin: Lady of Legend is not currently available as a print book (it is an ebook available exclusively from Amazon.com), it doesn’t have an exact page count. However, its approximate page count is 400 pages (slightly less than Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban), based on the number of words in […]
(Referring to my YA historical adventure book, Robin: Lady of Legend)
It was a gradual, decade-long process. When I was younger, Robin Hood was my favorite hero — he was fast, smart, good-humored, cunning, a superb archer, and most of all, human (Superman, I love you, but little girls can’t fly). I had no […]
(Referring to the cover of my YA historical adventure novel, Robin: Lady of Legend)
It was very important to me that people be permitted to envision Robin Hood the way they wanted. Children especially love to imagine themselves as their favorite characters, and that’s harder to do if you have a picture to […]