~Kate Emerson’s Links ~

 

Links provided by my publisher if you want to order Royal Inheritance:

S&S: http://books.simonandschuster.com/Royal-Inheritance/Kate-Emerson/9781451661514

 

AMAZON: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1451661517/simonsayscom

 

B&N: http://click.linksynergy.com/deeplink?mid=36889&id=PwUJvmDcu1U&murl=http://search.barnesandnoble.com/bookSearch/isbnInquiry.asp%3Fr%3D1%26ISBN%3D9781451661514

 

BAM: http://www.booksamillion.com/ncom/books?isbn=1451661517

 

INDIEBOUND: http://www.indiebound.org/book/9781451661514

 

IBOOKSTORE: http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781451661538

 

Link to Kate’s video interview on The King’s Damsel:

http://videos.simonandschuster.com/Kate-Emerson-on-The-King's/2243159125001

 

Small Presses ~ Publishers of some of the books written by Kate's "twin" Kathy Lynn Emerson:

Crippen & Landru, Publishers publisher of Murders and Other Confusions
Pemberley Press publisher of the Diana Spaulding Mysteries
Perseverance Press publisher of the most recent Face Down titles and of How to Write Killer Historical Mysteries
Delphi Books publisher of large print editions of the Face Down Series
Belgrave House source for ebooks of my backlist titles
A Writer's Work more of my backlist titles plus original fiction

Information About Books, Writing and Writers:

Crime Thru Time
Historical Novel Society

Fresh Fiction

16th Century Links:

The Theatre at Monmouth ~ The official Shakespeare Theatre of Maine
The Mary Rose Museum ~ The ship, Mary Rose, sank in 1545
Shakespeare Birthplace Trust
Tudor History
A Compendium of Common Knowledge ~ after my own book on 16th century life, I recommend this as a source of general information on the period; downloadable

Other Research Links:

Smugglers' Britain ~ Richard Platt's excellent book

Renaissance Magazine ~ colorful and fun (and they like my books)

The Medieval Chronicle ~ articles on all sorts of things, some of them written by me

The Medieval Diet ~ foods and recipes recommended by Michelle Green’s 6th grade class in Lexington, Nebraska

a nifty little page on the plague ~ my thanks to two young ladies at Green Mountain School for the suggestion

and here is another one ~ my thanks to Maggie, junior librarian at Jefferson District Library for finding this one

My Jewelry Box ~ my thanks to Lindsay McMahon for finding this page full of interesting links and to her mom for sending it to me

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Last updated 6/29/2014