Ellen L. Ekstrom will host a Zoom reading at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 21, 2020, and will read "Armor of Light," her retelling of the St. George and the Dragon legend. A story that's been in cultures throughout the world since the Fifth Century, C.E., "Armor of Light" tells the story of George Ascalon, Earl of Grasmere, who returns from the disastrous Fourth Crusade a broken, humbled, man. He cannot rest, however, for his father has pledged him for another challenge, and one more onerous and frightening than watching the destruction of Constantinople at the hands of Crusaders. George reluctantly takes up the Sword of Ascalon he hopes for a last time . . .
Zoom details will be posted here on November 14th.
Ascalon? Not a typical English surname. Find all about it at https://whyterose.net/the-scriptorium/f/whats-in-a-name
The modern literary novels, "Tallis' Third Tune" and "Scarborough - Quinn's Story" have been selected by BiblioBoard for "Indie California," the curated collection of books from indie authors in California. You can find the electronic editions at participating libraries.
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We’re excited to announce that Ellen Ekstrom’s fantasy novella, “The Shopgirl of Flowergate,” has been selected by the BiblioBoard Library for “Indie California,” a curated collection of books from local indie authors available exclusively on the BiblioBoard Library mobile and web platform.
We wanted to give our customers and readers the best and safest experience while visiting Whyte Rose & Violet, Scribes and starting today, we are with a new plan and location at GoDaddy. My thanks to the hosting support team that guided us through the process.