Historic Heroines – Adventures by the Book

March 10th – San Diego Event

Excited to be part of “Historical Heroines” with Jennifer Robson Crespi, a right royal novelist, and Kate Quinn, who just hit the 1 million bestseller mark with The Alice Network and is launching The Huntress later this month! We’ll be talking about our historic heroines – mine, for one, was a poet, a scholar, practiced medicine – and pretty much single-handedly defended Nottingham Castle against a marauding Royalist army. Hope to see you there!

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  1. Elizabeth St. John was brought up in England and her research has taken her to family memoirs and letters at Nottingham Castle, the British Library, the Tower of London, Yale University and, of course, the family seat of Lydiard Park.  From these fragments, the St.Johns emerge, leaving a portrait, a sentence, a deed that seats them with us, telling of their hopes and dreams.  As she researched, her voice became a conduit for their stories, recounting a passion for the England of her childhood where they once walked, where their portraits still hang, and where they lived, loved and found redemption.

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