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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Across the River!

Hello!
Thank you for your interest in my characters, plots, historical settings, and the themes of my writing. Most simply put that's hope.

I'm excited to share with you that Across the River, my fourth novel, is releasing from Macmillan on March 28th!


About the Book:

For her, he’d go to the ends of the earth.
When she disappears, he might have to.

In the English countryside in 1774, Caleb Haroldson and Rebecca Turrington are destined to be together. Stealing her inheritance to fund the life of her choosing with Caleb seems like an easy enough task for Rebecca, as she schemes with him beside the river late one night. But Rebecca is not the only one making plans for her future.

When Turrington Manor is ravished by flames and a mysterious hooded figure on horseback appears, Rebecca is swept into a plot of revenge and revolution. Is anyone safe in a land where hundreds have gone missing.

As Rebecca struggles for her freedom and Caleb endeavors to find her, both sides of the Atlantic are poised to erupt and everywhere lurks the haunting phrase “Across the River.”




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Hardcover and paperback coming soon!

I'm excited to share Rebecca and Caleb's story with you!

My best to you all,
Megan


Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Follow that reindeer? How to Write a Novel in Gifs

Past is Prologue : How to Write a Novel in Gifs: Hello! As well as writing my own material, I have also taught the art of writing. I decided to write about this using my very first g...

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Want to Become Part of My Review Team?

Megan Easley-Walsh Author of Historical Fiction: Become Part of My Review Team: Hello! Love books? Love being the first to read new releases? If you join my review team, you'll receive free ebooks (.mobi or .epub) ...

My Interview on Reading is My Superpower: North Star Home, Ireland, Giveaway and more!

Hello!

Today I'm at Carrie's blog, Reading is my Superpower, discussing North Star Home, Ireland, and more! Plus, be sure to enter for the giveaway.

Read the full interview here.

My best to you all,
Megan

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

"One of the Best Books I Have Ever Read": A reader describes Flight Before Dawn, and the author discusses Light in the Darkness

Hello!

My debut novel, Flight Before Dawn, tells the story of Victoire, a leader in the French Resistance, on the eve of D-Day. When Leal, the mysterious stranger whom she's had watched for over two years, arrives on her doorstep, he uncovers a 25-year-old-secret with Victoire at its center. Everything that she thought she knew shifts.

In Flight Before Dawn, Luc is one of the supporting characters. Luc's lighthouse stands as a beacon on the shores of Brittany. It provides safety to the passing ships in the night. It also stands as a guiding light for Leal, as he wanders through the countryside. Not until he reaches its sheltering light is Leal able to settle into a rhythmic pace of life.

In a more symbolic way, participation in the Resistance provides a light in the darkness for Victoire and her friends. Only by holding fast to what is true, their leading beacon, are they able to struggle against the oppression of war.

In one particular scene, the lighthouse is broken into. Though its door stands swinging on its hinges, and though war demands the dimming of lights, its potential to stand as a beacon remains. Likewsie, when Victoire and her friends face challenges, their fighting spirit, guided by the desire for what is right, perseveres. Like a ship lost on a stormy sea, they search continually for the light, awaiting the dawning of peace.

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My best to you all,
Megan