Friday, June 21, 2013

Oregon City Library Celebration and Author Fair

Today is the 100th birthday of the Oregon City Carnegie Library, and tomorrow is the festival celebrating it. By a strange quirk of fate, the OC library is currently housed in the Carnegie Center, the same building where it opened its doors in 1913. The library has lots of fun events planned which you can read about here.

One event in conjunction with the library festival is the Atkinson Author Fair which will be held across the street in front of "the pink church." I'll be there representing my books as well as some other books put out by Madison Street Publishing. The author fair runs from 10:00am - 3:00pm. Stop by and see me if you're in the area!

Monday, June 3, 2013

The Mirror of Christian Kings--and His Interest in Music

It was going to go up Wednesday, but things got switched around a bit, and so my post about "Henry V: King, Conqueror, and...Musician?" is up today on English Historical Fiction Authors. You know that he beat the French at the battle of Agincourt, but did you know that that victory opened up the way for England to become a world-leader in music? I'd love it if you would head over there and read it and give me your thoughts.
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