#Medievalhop Waiting for News Is Never Easy

rueallynkecoverDear Friends, over the next several weeks I will feature serialized excerpts  focusing on villains from a number of excellent Medieval Romances. However, I will only be posting a piece from each excerpt. A link to the following piece will be given at the end of each week’s excerpt. For example, the next installment of my excerpt from Knight Errant will appear in a week on Lane McFarland’s blog. I expect this to be a lot of fun, and hope you will comment frequently about the excerpts and the serial concept.

Knight Errant Excerpt 1:

Juliana finished making the beds and sighed. Robert had been gone since early morning. She knew that several days might pass before he could have audience with the local authorities and get the things they needed to continue their travels. Several days of enforced confinement for her. She paced the sparsely furnished chamber, searching for something to occupy her. She was not used to sitting still and idle. Nor did she care for her sailor’s garb. ’Twould be a pleasure to return to a tunic and kirtle, but that would not occur for some time. She agreed with Robert that maintaining her seafarer’s guise would be best, until they were well away from Basti’s immediate area of influence.

Add a comment and let me know what you think. Follow along next week by checking out Lane McFarland’s blog for excerpt # 2 http://lanemcfarland.com/blog

BLURB: If Sir Robert Clarwyn can’t find a way to compel Lady Juliana Verault to return to England, he’ll lose any chance of regaining his family lands and redeeming his heritage. Yet Juliana must complete her mission to improve her gender’s future in the church. With danger and intrigue mounting, Robert and Juliana must rely on each other and risk everything … including their hearts.

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