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Tag Archives: Knights
Behold the Dawn, by K.M. Weiland
Posted on December 7, 2009 by Linda W. Yezak
The rumble of horses, the clash of swords, the high-pitched cries of fighting and dying men in the mud-splattered color-whirl of jousting. What a way to open a book. Katie starts her novel with powerful action and ends it with a … Continue reading →
Posted in Authors | Tagged Behold the Dawn, jousting, K.M. Weiland, Knights, medieval historical fiction | 6 Comments
K.M. Weiland: Journal of a Novel
Posted on October 2, 2009 by Linda W. Yezak
Remember this lady? If you’re a regular here or in ChristianWriters.com, you know her. She’s my critique partner, one of my AuthorCulture partners, and my absolute favorite novelist, Katie Weiland. Last year, I interviewed her in a post simply titled “Katie (Tarin) … Continue reading →
Posted in Authors, Guest Posts | Tagged Behold the Dawn, Crusades, K.M. Weiland, Knights, medieval novels | 11 Comments