THIS #INDIEPRIDE SPOTLIGHT POST FOCUSES ON Karen Heenan’s A Wider World
Memories are all he has…now they could save his life.
Returning to England after five years in exile, Robin Lewis is arrested and charged with heresy by the dying Queen Mary. Prickly, introverted Robin is a man with secrets, and over a days-long journey to the Tower of London, he makes a decision to share his story. Will it make his captor see his humanity, or will it hasten his execution? In the end, Robin takes the risk and revisits his life under three Tudor monarchs, wondering how he will be judged—not just by the queen, but by the God he stopped serving long ago.
When every moment counts, will the journey—and Robin’s stories—last long enough for him to be saved by Mary’s heir, the young Queen Elizabeth?
As an only child, Karen Heenan learned early that boredom was the enemy. Shortly after she discovered perpetual motion, and has rarely been seen holding still since.
She lives in Lansdowne, PA, just outside Philadelphia, where she grows much of her own food and makes her own clothes. She is accompanied on her quest for self-sufficiency by a very patient husband and an ever-changing number of cats.
One constant: she is always writing her next book.
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