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Author Interview with Melissa Cabrera

Emily’s Shadow is now available as a POD book. So far, the book has got good reviews. I was interviewed by Melissa Cabrera who hosts a funky/interesting website: http://www.werevampsromance.org/ Interview: Melissa: Can you tell us a little about yourself? Christina: … Continue reading

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St. Michael’s Mount in Cornwall

  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:St_Michael%27s_Mount.jpg St. Michael’s Mount is a sacred site in Cornwall about ninety miles from King Arthur’s Castle in Tintagel.  It is a small island accessible on foot when the tide is out and has been a place of pilgrimage … Continue reading

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Bodmin Moor: King Arthur’s Hall

Emily and her brother Byron, in Emily’s Shadow, mistakenly call the moor Bodwin rather than Bodmin, because many signs had been removed during war time to thwart the Nazis should they ever invade Britain. The map their father had was … Continue reading

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Merlin’s Cave

Merlin, according to Geoffrey of Monmouth in Historia Regum Britanniae, might well have been the son of a demon who impregnated a mortal woman who was a nun. Yet, Tennyson in his Idylls of the King describes ocean waves bringing … Continue reading

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Thin Places

Today Melissa Cabrera is featuring me on her website http://www.werevampsromance.org/. She reviewed Emily’s Shadow. I was thrilled that she gave my book five stars. Her interview questions were also mind-provoking. She got me thinking about what inspired me to write … Continue reading

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