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A Very Medieval Christmas

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As you may know, the winter season is upon us! Well at least as much as it will be here in Phoenix, Arizona. I don't know what you will be asking for Christmas this year, but this year I have a feeling my Christmas will be very medieval. Now living in a new place, I feel the need to put together a new outfit for the upcoming renaissance festival in January. I need to make an impression here! Some may know that all of my outfits so far have been made by me (except for my buckled corset). It's a way that I can generally save money while creating the look that I want. However, when it comes to accessories, I prefer to purchase those one at a time when I save the money. Last Christmas I was (and still am) so grateful for the absolutely beautiful and stunning brass and pearl crown that I asked for- handmade and etched in brass from the amazing store Armstreet, whose photography can be seen on the cover of my book The King's Daughter! From this I hope to create an entirely new o…

A Slight Tweak

I apologize for not posting in a while. Finally I can say that things are picking up after four and a half months living here in Arizona. I've got a job, and school, and for the past few weeks I have been researching and preparing applications for the universities on my list! In case you didn't know, I am planning on transferring from community college to university next year- whether it be here in the States or overseas. :D

I recently was made aware that the link I provided for the excerpt of Seraphina won't allow you to read it unless you are a member of the website on which I posted it. To save you the hassle of making an account you don't want or need, I've gone ahead and posted it somewhere where you can read it easily- no fuss. :) Just click HERE. And if you would like a sweet taste of The Prince's Assassin (sequel to The King's Daughter), then click HERE.

Have a great week!

Sincerely,

K. Coleman