From Send a White Rose by Mary C. Findley — Southwestern Historical Romance

The building had once been the house of a Spanish nobleman. The large airy courtyard with its golden stucco walls and ornate tile paving had been converted into an outdoor kitchen. In the beautiful fountained courtyard children of various ages stirred big pots of beans, patted and stretched tortillas, and dared one another to eat... Continue Reading →

Dressing up for the Holidays: Free Images to Help You Make Ebook Covers

There isn't any one magic charm that forces readers to buy your book, but certainly a great cover will at least tempt them to linger and consider. If you've already put your ebook out into cyberspace with a less-than perfect cover, it's not too late to make it better. I just ran across a site... Continue Reading →

The Benny and the Bank Robber Historical Adventure Series has new members in the family!

Just out for one more plunge into summer reading, or homeschool literature with history, mystery and adventure, check out the third book in the Benny and the Bank Robber series. Ben Carlisle's longtime dream has been to travel west with his family. When he is offered a newspaper job in Detroit, he is forced to question... Continue Reading →

February Book Releases: The Conflict of the Ages, Part One, Carrie’s Hired Hand and Diary of a Christian Dog

The Conflict of the Ages Part One: The Scientific History of Origins  The Conflict of the Ages is a Multi-Part exploration of History, Science and Ancient Literature. This first installment covers the concepts of God, time, Creation, physics, cosmology, ans specifics about each day of Creation. We make comparisons with ancient sources to see where they agree... Continue Reading →

Author Interviews for Hope and the Knight of the Black Lion

Two bloggers recently conducted e-mail interviews with Mary on the Young Adult Medieval Historical Fiction Novel Hope and the Knight of the Black Lion. Here are the links! Thank you to these readers and writers for their support!

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