Amy Maroney: A Fabulous Piece of Storytelling

I really enjoy Amy Maroney’s work, set in Medieval Europe. Both historical fiction sagas, The Miramonde Series and The Sea and Stone Chronicles, are absolutely enthralling, with sumptuous details and enchanting characters. I was thrilled when Amy invited me onto her blog to talk about my first foray into the world of medieval historical fiction, and delighted that she enjoyed my work. Here’s what Amy has to say:

I recently read an advance copy of The Godmother’s Secret, and I was mesmerized. It is an absolutely fabulous piece of storytelling, with beautiful writing, powerful characterization, and unparalleled world building.

In a few weeks, I’ll post an interview with Elizabeth St.John in which she reveals the research and inspiration behind the book, including details about her family connections to Elysabeth Scrope and Margaret Beaufort.

Please enjoy the following excerpt of this stunning tale.

The Godmother’s Secret