I love the Ancient and Medieval Worlds! As a retired English teacher, I hope to inspire young readers to read more through my Quest Books. Please follow me on this adventure. Hook up with me on Facebook (Author Cheryl Carpinello), Twitter, Pinterest, Goodreads, and Google.
Also please visit my other sites: Carpinello's Writing Pages where I interview childrens/MG/Tween/YA authors; and The Quest Books (www,advebturequestbooks.com) where I've teamed up with Fiona Ingram from South Africa and Wendy Leighton-Porter of England/France/Abu Dhabi to enable readers to find all of our Ancient and Medieval quest books in one place.
Find the award-winning The King's Ransom (Young Knights of the Round Table): https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/204894. A children's Arthurian adventure/mystery! 2014 Global eBook Gold Award Winner in Fiction-Juvenile, the Children's Literary Classics 2012 Silver Award recipient and Seal of Approval http://clcreviews.blogspot.com/2012/07/young-knights-of-round-table-kings.html
Find my first Arthurian tale here also: Guinevere: On the Eve of Legend. https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/50290
Join 12-year-old Guinevere in her struggle to accept her destiny in Camelot.
“Brings Guinevere to a new generation of readers...filled with enough Arthurian legend to keep young readers entertained”-Jenny Stees, elementary teacher.
“Appealing new take on an old legend” Reader Views.
Many times, small stories are found in the material that an author must cut from a novel. This is the story behind King Arthur's visit to King Leodegrance and his daughter Guinevere found in the medieval Arthurian Legend children's book "Guinevere: On the Eve of Legend."
2014 EVVY Merit Award Winner for Historical Fiction from CIPA-Colorado Independent Publishers Assoc.
Hundreds of years ago, scrolls that would alter the view of Ancient Egypt's most famous pharaoh were lost. Rumors through the ages said the scrolls told of a time that the Pharaoh Tutankhamen spoke from beyond the grave. No one who heard of these scrolls believed that the scrolls had ever existed