Ashlee Cowles

About me

Ashlee Cowles fell in love with historical fiction the first time she read classics such as Little House on the Prairie and Anne of Green Gables–stories about girls growing up in the “olden days” that continue to speak years later.

An “army brat” upbringing gave Ashlee the opportunity to travel the world. Living in Europe during her teenage years sparked an interest in stone castles, cathedrals, and stories of the past, which led to graduate studies in Theology at Duke University and Medieval History at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland.

Ashlee writes novels for adults and teens that explore a variety of historical and philosophical themes. Her work is represented by Erin Harris of Folio Literary Management.

From my website

Where Most of Us Live: Between Midnight and Dawn

My midnight cat, Emerson, knows how to curl up with a good book on a snowy morning. I don’t write book reviews often, and when I do, they’re usually of fiction titles. The review that follows is an exception, and it’s an exception for two reasons. First, because Between Midnight…

Finding Your Story in the Middle of the Journey

As a kid, cross-country moves were one of the few times I woke up early enough to see the sun rise. My parents used to load me and my sisters—still blurry-eyed and pajama-clad—into the minivan before dawn, that way we’d (hopefully) fall back asleep and they could have a few…

Why Traditions Like ‘Tea Time’ Matter

“You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.” ~C.S. Lewis If you’ve spent any time in the United Kingdom (or watched a Masterpiece Theater TV show, or read any novel set in Britain), then you probably know that most Brits…

 
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