Tag Archives: Tudor England

Not a Mystery . . . or is it?

Kate Emerson here, Kaitlyn Dunnett’s evil twin, the one who writes “non-mystery historical novels set at the court of Henry the Eighth.” With the sixth of these now available in trade paperback, as an ebook, and unabridged from Audible.com, it … Continue reading

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Fun Facts about Foreign Editions

Kaitlyn here, but since I’ve yet to have any foreign language editions of my mysteries, I’m blogging today under the two other names I use for writing, Kate Emerson and Kathy Lynn Emerson. This post was prompted by the fact … Continue reading

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Are We There Yet?

Kaitlyn here, posting today as one of my other selves, Kate Emerson the historical novel writer and offering a FREE BOOK ~ LOOK FOR DETAILS AT THE END OF THIS POST. As both Kate Emerson and Kathy Lynn Emerson, I’ve … Continue reading

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Writing About Murder in Tudor England

Kaitlyn here, but today I’m blogging as Kathy Lynn (aka Kate) Emerson In my other writing identities, I’ve been dealing with murders in Tudor England for some time now. In my Face Down series (written as Kathy Lynn Emerson), in which … Continue reading

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