J. R. Tomlin
J. R. Tomlin’s historical novels, set in Medieval Scotland, include Freedom’s Sword, A Kingdom’s Cost, and Countenance of War. Born in Texas, Ms. Tomlin spent much of her childhood traveling between South Texas and Edinburgh, Scotland. She is now a resident of Oregon but frequently returns to family roots in Scotland.
Westminster has been holding back Scottish economy for generations, says Sturgeon | Herald Scotland http://t.co/yhaSNiy16T via @hsnewsbreak
Scotland's enormous resources can generate prosperity with independence http://t.co/SNmaFNKgLL via @NewsnetScotland
Frankly Independent: Worried Stiff http://t.co/uxdFFbrPjz "Perfidious Albion" springs to mind.
Anger at BBC Scotland virtual news blackout of Healey North Sea Oil admission http://t.co/mZSAbfQuK1 via @NewsnetScotland
From my website
That is the working title of my next historical novel. Which would be my next was a TOUGH decision to make.There are a number of novels I want to write. I want to write about Second War of Independence and the part that Archibald the Grim, the third earl of…
I don't blog a lot about the inner workings of publishing because who wants to read about that? But this topic needs to be blogged about, talked about, and even taken to court -- which is happening now.The Penguin-owned (yes, the huge and previously respected Penguin Publishing) Author Solutions, one…
On Thursday of last week, the teenage son of Dave Wolverton (Dave writes popular fantasies under the pen name of David Farland) was critically injured in a longboard accident. Ben and his family were life-flighted to Las Vegas where Ben has since been in a medically-induced coma. He had multiple brain surgeries…