Tag Archives: Knight of the White Hart

  1. Tirgearr Summer Sale @Smashwords

    1 July, 2018 by katelaity

    Get all my Tirgearr titles for half off at Smashwords all this month! Just hop on over to my page …
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  2. Tirgearr’s Big Birthday Bash Ends Tomorrow!

    7 March, 2017 by katelaity

    There’s still time to enter — and also to get special prices at Tirgearr. Check out all my books and …
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  3. Tirgearr Birthday Bash


    26 February, 2016 by katelaity

    My lovely publisher is celebrating a birthday — but you get the gifts! Hop on over to Tirgearr to see …
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  4. On the Radio Feb 25

    23 February, 2015 by katelaity

    I’ll be on the radio along with lots of the Tirgearr folks when we join Dellani’s Tea Time to chat …
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  5. Out Now: Knight of the White Hart


    20 January, 2015 by katelaity

    Knight of the White Hart by Kathryn Marlowe Guigemar is a Breton knight who fights alongside King Arthur. His excels …
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  6. Coming soon: Knight of the White Hart


    1 January, 2015 by katelaity

    Out January 20th, 2015 from Tirgearr Publishing, the first in a new series of novels inspired by the Breton lais …
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  7. Flying Back to Paris

    5 October, 2014 by katelaity

    Assuming all things fall into place I will begin the last chapter of the serial next week. It’s been a …
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  8. Getting Medieval


    6 September, 2014 by katelaity

    I just inked the contract with Tirgearr Publishing for the first of a proposed series of medieval adventure novels based …
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  9. A last NaNoWriMo snippet: Knight of the White Hart


    24 November, 2013 by katelaity

    “What a perfect garden,” Guigemar said on sudden inspiration. “I finally understand the glories of paradise and all that was …
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  10. NaNoWriMo Snippet: Knight of the White Hart


    18 November, 2013 by katelaity

    Another little teaser: A large glass jug sat on the table, its wide bottom evidence of its stability on the …
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