Thursday, July 8, 2010

The Medieval Chronicle

The Medieval Chronicle is an online magazine devoted to (surprise, surprise) the Middle Ages. I'm a recurring columnist there, with my first introductory article is now available. The best part? My article is available for free this time around, even if you don't have a subscription! Here is the direct link.

My column is called To Reap the Harvest in Due Season and in each issue, I'll write about different women as they go about their lives trying to fight the elements and the land to cultivate and feed their families.

If you read my article and enjoy it, consider subscribing. Annual subscriptions (6 issues) is only $10.00. One issue is regularly $3.00.

One more quick item: my books are on sale at Barnes and Noble. $2.56 instead of $5.99! That's over half off! And even if you don't own a Nook, B&N has a free ereader program that you can download onto your computer. So pick up your copy of Woman of Honor or Knight of Glory or Be Mused today before the sale ends (which I have no idea when it will).


Aubrie said...

That's really neat that you write your own articles! I'll go check it out.

(And I'll write you back about your query! Sorry I haven't yet)

Cherie Reich said...

That's great about the articles! And, I noticed yesterday they were on sale, but I still prefer to buy them through Kindle. LOL!

Nicole Zoltack said...

I'm having a lot of fun with this column. The research is fascinating. I hope you enjoy it, Aubrie. And take your time, I know you're busy. :)

Thanks, Cherie! It would be nice if all the ereaders accepted the same format but no, of course not.