Tag Archive: WWI

I Think I Found Warren’s Plane

Sometimes you see a prop on the shelf at the photo studio, and you just have to snap a picture. I thought this looked like something Warren Flynn from The Spider and the… Continue reading

A Personal Connection to WWI

When I started work on The Spider and the Sparrow, I began a ton of research about World War One. I enjoyed learning new things and gained a better understanding of what the… Continue reading

The Spider and the Sparrow Memes

The amazingly talented Stephanie Lacy, my publisher’s public relations and marketing manager, created several memes about my newest novel, The Spider and the Sparrow. I wanted to share them here:

Groups

Over the past few months I’ve joined two online groups that some of you might be interested in. Please consider this your invitation to join! The Second World War Club is on Facebook,… Continue reading

The Spider and the Sparrow Blog Tour

This week my brand-new novel is going on blog tour! As an author, I look forward to hearing what readers think about my book, so I love blog tours. Here’s the schedule: Monday,… Continue reading

Book Release: The Spider and the Sparrow

My fifth novel is now available in paperback, ebook, and audio book formats. It’s in stock at most LDS book stores and online at Amazon, Seagull Book, and Deseret Book. (Some of the… Continue reading

Pictures of the Great War

I had a pleasant surprise while researching my latest novel, The Spider and the Sparrow. It turns out that a lot of contemporary accounts and images from World War One are no longer… Continue reading

Cover Reveal for The Spider and the Sparrow

In less than a month, my fifth novel will be available to the public. The publisher and I have kept the cover secret until now, but today’s the day we’re showing it all… Continue reading

An Update on My Next Novel

As promised, here’s an update on my next book! On Tuesday I sent my fifth novel to my publisher. I don’t have a release date or a title yet, but I’m excited that… Continue reading

100 years ago today . . .

100 years ago today, a sickly young man with a mission wandered the streets of Sarajevo. Gavrilo Princip, a young Bosnian Serb, wasn’t happy with Austro-Hungarian rule. Relations between Serbia and the Austro-Hungarian… Continue reading

Star-Spangled Summer Adventure

If you look hard enough, you can always find an anniversary for an interesting historical event, but 2014 seems to be full of special dates. We just commemorated the 70th anniversary of D-day,… Continue reading

Happy Veterans’ Day!

I’m having this post at 11 in the morning, French time (at least according to the time zone chart I found online). Why? Because Veteran’s Day used to be Armistice Day, a day… Continue reading