Monday, July 27, 2015

'A King Uncaged, A Historical Novel of Scotland' is a Finalist for Best Indy Historical Fiction

If you would like to vote for my novel, here is how you can do so:


Only registered members the eFestival of Words forum can vote. Registration is quick and easy: http://www.efestivalofwords.com

Go to the Welcome Center where you'll find Awards Hall Forum and the 2015 Finalists

under that.

Open the category you want to vote in. There are a wide range of categories in addition 

to Historical Fiction, and you can vote in as many as you like. (It is also a good place to find 
novels you may not have yet heard of)

Vote in for the novels you have enjoyed. Remember that A King Uncaged is in the 

Historical Fiction category. 

Thanks!





At last after long years of English imprisonment, Scotland's King James I 
negotiates the terms of his release and of his marriage to his beloved Joan 
Beaufort. But he returns to a Scotland in chaos. Surrounded by plots, 
intrigues, and rebellions, James struggles to restore order and survive attempts 
by his family to overthrow him. Above all, James fears that his life and his 
own dream—of a Scotland at peace with a strong parliament—might be lost 
to his family's greed for power.



Monday, June 29, 2015

Templar's Cross Giveaway!

The Templar's Cross, currently on pre-order on Amazon, will be released for sale on August 7. As a Giveaway for the release I will gift a copy of the novel to any of my Twitter followers who tweets a link to it on that day either on Amazon US or Amazon UK. (It will later be available on Barnes & Noble and Apple)

Not currently following me on Twitter? I'm always pleased to have new followers and my handle is @JRTomlinAuthor.

Once you tweet the link on that day, please DM me with your email address so I can gift the novel to you. And I very much hope you enjoy this novel. It stretched my wings a bit writing it, but it won't be my last medieval mystery.


Sir Law Kintour has returned from the war in France crippled, broke, and in need of a patron. In desperation, he reluctantly accepts a commission to find a nobleman's runaway wife. He enlists the help of a fellow Scot with whom he escaped after their defeat at the Battle of Verneuil. But his friend is murdered, and Law discovers he has been lied to. As the murders continue to mount, powerful interests come into play. When the Sheriff of Perth considers him a convenient scapegoat, it gives Law no choice but to untangle the lies and find the killer or hang for the murders.