Celebrate indie publishing with this post from The Quiet Knitter blog featuring author Margaret Skea.
Hello and welcome along to another Celebrating Indie Publishing post! I am delighted to be be able to shine a spotlight on some truly wonderful indie authors and publishers out there, and today is no exception. I am joined by Margaret Skea, author of the Munro series and a fictionalised account of the early life of Katharina von Bora.
Margaret Skea grew up in Northern Ireland during the ‘Troubles’, so is no stranger to conflict. Her passion is for authentic, atmospheric historical fiction, and now living in Scotland she chose a Scottish story for her first novel series.
Turn of the Tide won her the Beryl Bainbridge Award for Best 1st Time Novelist 2014, and the sequel A House Divided was longlisted for the Historical Novel Society New Novel Award 2016. Both follow the fortunes of a fictional family trapped in the long-running and bloody historic feud…
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