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

Food & Fiction: A Dash of Specificity Yields a Serving of Magic

One of the first things I did when I left home and moved out on my own was buy cookbooks. Lots of them. I’m not really sure why—I don’t think I’ve bought a cookbook in the past ten years. But for a brief period, the bargain shelves at Barnes &…

Military Kids: Tomorrow’s Trailblazers?

It’s the 4th of July, a day when the extra splash of red, white, and blue around the country always makes me think of those who serve it best. Last week I had the opportunity to attend the Military Child Education Coalition’s National Training Seminar in Washington, D.C. (you may…

How to Travel Like a Pilgrim, Not a Tourist

The grass is green and the sun is shining. Tomorrow I leave for an out-of-state wedding, and my airline just emailed me a friendly reminder about the long security lines at this time of year, recommending that I be at the airport at least two hours early for my 6:20…

 
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