Sunday, 9 August 2020

Guest Spot - Karen Heenan



Karen Heenan

Songbird



Henry VIII. Tyrant. Husband. Music Lover?

Ten-year-old Bess has the voice of an angel - or so King Henry declares when he buys her from her father. 

As a member of the royal minstrels, Bess comes of age in the decadent Tudor court, where one false note could send her back to her old life of poverty.

In a world where the stakes are always high, where politics, heartbreak, and disease threaten everyone from the king to the lowliest musician, Bess has one constant: Tom, her first and dearest friend. But when she strains against the restrictions of court life, will she find that constancy has its limits?  


About Karen:
Karen Heenan was born and raised in Philadelphia. She fell in love with books and stories before she could read, and has wanted to write for nearly as long. After far too many years in a cubicle, she set herself free to follow her dreams – which include gardening, sewing, traveling and, of course, lots of writing.

She lives in Lansdowne, PA, not far from Philadelphia, with two cats and a very patient husband. Her second Tudor book, A Wider World, will be published in April, 2021, and she is currently hard at work on the next book.  

New cover due out in September

Website: karenheenan.com


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