Carol has written over fifty best-selling college textbooks in computer applications and communications for a major US publisher and has authored three award-winning historical fiction novels. She will present at the 2019 Chanticleeer Authors Conference. To find out more about this Chanticleerian, please read on.
10 Question Interview with Multi-Award-Winning Author, MICHELLE RENE – Book Discovery, AuthorLife, Book Marketing
Meet Michelle Rene, creative advocate, and award-winning author in our 10 Question Author Interview series!
The SERPENT and the EAGLE, Tenochtitlan Trilogy (Book 1) by Edward Rickford – Native American Literature, Pre-Colonial Mexico, Cultural Historical Literature
When two cultures collide, there are always multiple versions of history. A brave and expansive look into the bygone era of exploration by the Spaniards into Aztec lands. A thinking person’s novel. Fascinating!
A RING of TRUTH: Henrietta and Inspector Howard, Book 2 by Michelle Cox – Mystery, Romance, Historical Romance
A ring, a mystery, and a possible new mother-in-law. What more could a girl want? Unless the girl is Henrietta and the man she loves is the Inspector.
10 Question Author Interview with PAULA BUTTERFIELD – Women Artists, Author Interview, Book Discovery, Film, Books
Award-winning author, Paula Butterfield, discusses her passions, her writing, and her love of art!
La LUMINISTE by Paula Butterfield – Women Impressionists, European Historical Fiction, Franco-Prussian War
This exceptional novel illuminates the beauty and struggle of both the artist and the female spirit during the bloody time of the Franco-Prussian War.
VALENTINE’S DAY SWEET READS with LOVE from CHANTICLEER – Romance, Historical Romance, Western Romance, Thriller/Suspense Romance
A Valentine of Great Reads for YOU from Chanticleer! We've got some fabulous reads lined up for you that are just too sweet to pass up!
DEADLY PROOF: A Victorian San Francisco Mystery, Book 4 by M. Louisa Locke – Historical Fiction, Mystery, Thriller/Suspense
A man is murdered, and everyone is to blame in M. Louisa Locke’s historically inspired, intelligent and endearing mystery set firmly in the Suffragette movement.