Yorkist Stories

coverOn Sunday 31st May there is an online launch event for a new collection of short stories about characters from the Wars of the Roses. They are by a selection of authors some well known to Ricardians and some not so well known and all the stories are snippets of the lives of different Yorkist characters, including Richard himself.

The book is available on Kindle here. There will be prizes and chats with some of the authors, including me! I submitted an extract from my novel Distant Echoes. So come along and chat from 16.00 – 20.00 and maybe win a prize!

Here is the link: Yorkist Stories launch

“A collection of short stories about fascinating men and women who found themselves by birth, marriage, or fate on the Yorkist side of the Wars of the Roses.
Richard, Duke of Gloucester muses about his brother, Edward IV. William Stanley contemplates marrying. Francis Lovell celebrates Easter, and others appear in a variety of situations in this collection. Even a ghost or two turn up.”

All proceeds of this will go to Médecins Sans Frontieres.

A new charity anthology of ‘Yorkist Stories’: an interview with Michèle Schindler

Interview with Michele Schindler, editor and fellow author! One of my stories – an extract from Distant Echoes – is included.

The Order of the White Boar

A couple of weeks ago I was delighted to discover that a piece of flash fiction I’d submitted, ‘Confinement’, had been accepted into a new charity anthology compiled in double-quick time by fellow author Michèle Schindler to raise funds for Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors without Borders during the current global Covid-19 crisis. I’m pleased to welcome Michèle on to my blog today to talk about this collection of short stories about major players in the Wars of the Roses, a little about herself and her fellow contributors, and her fascination with a certain Viscount Lovell…

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Alex: Thank you for coming on my blog today, Michèle. You’ve just published a new anthology of short stories by authors inspired by major players in the Wars of the Roses – entitled Yorkist Stories. What gave you the idea?

Michèle: I just really wanted to do something to help in…

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