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THE TWO TRILOGY TOUR


Martin Trilogies

Welcome to the Tour and Thank You! At last, the day has arrived! August 25th, the celebration of the completion of two trilogies.   Highlighted on the tour is a live radio show interview  Characters Gone Mad, on Blog Talk Radio with host J.D. Holiday, at 1 PM EST. Don’t worry if you miss it. The episode will be […]

Reviews of The Trilogy of Remembrance.


Exciting reviews! I’ve had the great privilege of having the entire Trilogy of Remembrance reviewed by Glenda Bixler, a Wattpad member and also the blogger at Book Reader’s Heaven. It is wonderful for any author to realize that all the thoughts and feelings he or she had hoped to convey to a reader/reviewer have been so understood […]

What Is This Trilogy of Remembrance?


The Trilogy of Remembrance,, Alexander Wainwright, artist, novels, suspense novels, The Fate of Pryde

              #Fiction Fridays # #novels #artists #amwriting ,#Kindle #@theneeds_read @interestingLit #Night Crossing #The Trilogy of Remembrance Alexander will tell you that I, Mary E.Martin, his author, have put him through harrowing times and hard questions in this trilogy and perhaps there is truth in that. His journeys are long and […]

Inspiration Where Art Thou?


                  The Muse True Confessions of a novelist! #ebook #novel #suspense novel #art #artists #inspiration Recently, I was asked by Sue Magee of The Book Bag. UK about the sources of inspiration for the novels of The Trilogy of Remembrance–The Drawing Lesson, The Fate of Pryde and […]

No Novels were Harmed by Spoilers in these Book Reviews


muse, inspiration, creativity, synchronicity, novel, suspense novels, Trilogy of Remembrance, The Drawing Lesson, The Fate of Pryde, Night Crossing, art, lNew York Times,

REVIEWS OF THE TRILOGY OF REMEMBRANCE BY THE BOOK BAG. #fiction, #mswl, #novels, #Kindle, #interestingLit #Wattpad, #suspense                   The Muse of the Written Word. For a book reviewer to review all three novels in a trilogy is a big job. Lucky for me, Sue Magee of the […]