King Arthur’s Sister in Washington’s Court by Kim Iverson Headlee.
Written as though by the old master himself, King Arthur’s Sister in Washington’s Court by Mark Twain as channeled by Kim Iverson Headlee offers laughs, love, and a candid look at American society, popular culture, politics,...
Posted on Dec 31, 2014 in Blog
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by William O’Donohue & Joshua Medjuck.
Have you ever felt nervous talking to that special someone, not knowing what to say or do? Have you ever used alcohol to help you relax and feel less self-conscious around someone you are attracted to?
If this sounds familiar, then you can benefit from this fun,...
Posted on Sep 10, 2014 in Blog
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Lucky Bat Books is feeling lucky to be adding author and editor Shaunta Grimes to its managing editors team today. Shaunta is author of young adult novels including Viral Nation and Rebel Nation, and an editor with experience and passion in speculative fiction, children’s books, creative...
Posted on Oct 11, 2013 in Blog
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Published and on sale in ebook and print!
Kim Headlee’s second book in the Dragon’s Dove Chronicles, Morning’s Journey takes warrior queen Gyan (Guinevere) into battles alongside her consort, King Arthur. In Headlee’s sequel to the critically acclaimed Dawnflight, Morning’s...
Author of Arthurian and Historical Romances
Kim Headlee has been researching the Arthurian Legends for more than four decades. “I hope to make this the thrust of my novel-length fiction for as long as I can get away with it!” she says. Lucky Bat Books is proud to be her publisher for the...
Posted on Dec 15, 2011 in Fiction
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by Victoria C. Slotto . . .
Claire thought she was done with fear.
She knows fear intimately. She’s lived it. And survived, so far. The fear she knows is subtle and pervasive – like a slow tug – the loss of control that takes over when you’ve been caught in the arms of a riptide. Or like the...