Author Archives: Catherine Hedge

About Catherine Hedge

I am a writer and teacher mentor.

Of writing, Star Wars and home-coming Crusader knights

Congratulations,Char! So pleased you are getting the word out about this heartfelt and enjoyable book. We are proud to be with you in the critique group. Best of Luck! Advertisements

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For King and Country official launch day!

Originally posted on Charlene Newcomb:
Traitors to the crown pit Henry de Grey and his friends against dangerous enemies. For King and Country is now available on Amazon in print and for Kindle Read Chapter One Read The Review. Comment…

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Excerpt from For King and Country

Originally posted on Charlene Newcomb:
Chapter 1 Drums. Dear God, not the drums. Henry de Grey shuddered and blinked against the mid-afternoon sun. Streaks of light shimmered through the trees like blades of a hundred broadswords. Stephan l’Aigle stirred beside…

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Visiting with author Anna Belfrage and other news

Originally posted on Charlene Newcomb:
Anna Belfrage invited me to visit with her last week (on her blog, that is). We talked “Of sodomists, sex, and sin in the Middle Ages – not as clearcut as you think.” We take…

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Time Triptych

Here are some poignant pieces by our fellow poet, Steve Pfister.  We hope you enjoy these views of time, our mortal yet fickle companion. Midnight Butterfly Wings pressed against blue moon- Your shadow soars on shifting winds- Your image floats … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Life with B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree Charlene Newcomb

Originally posted on Layered Pages:
I’d like to welcome back B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree Charlene Newcomb to talk with me about her writing. Charlene is the author of Men of the Cross, Book I of Battle Scars. A tale of war’s…

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Traveling Times

June…July…August… We take to the road, sky, sea, and mountains when that old yearning returns.  Every since we were babies, we’ve needed to find out exactly what is on the other side of that door or hidden atop the table. … Continue reading

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Rocky Mountain highs amidst the Historical Novel Society Conference

Originally posted on Charlene Newcomb:
What a way to begin my first HNS conference – a 3 hour broadsword workshop with writer/actor/swordsman David Blixt and his associate Brandon St. Clair Saunders. These two gentlemen were superb swordsmen and were incredibly…

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Sea-side

Originally posted on Pen In Hand:
By Catherine Hedge One of the best aspects of teaching writing is that inspiration flows as much from the students to the teacher as the other way around.  If I challenge the students to…

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Sea-side

By Catherine Hedge One of the best aspects of teaching writing is that inspiration flows as much from the students to the teacher as the other way around.  If I challenge the students to do a bit of quick writing … Continue reading

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