In the News: A Double-Edged Sword

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LM Somerton - Guys Like Romance Too feature

Many of my characters have plenty to give thanks for. I do have a habit of dragging them through the mill a bit before they get their happy endings, so I thought I’d let one of them talk about what giving thanks would mean to him. Olly Glenn is the central character in Reaching the Edge, the first book in my Tales from the Edge series and he appears in all the subsequent books. He’s a bubbly, irrepressible brat with golden curls and an alarming propensity for getting in to trouble…

L.M. Somerton - ARe Cafe post

One of my favourite scenes in A Double-Edged Sword is set in the Temple Church in London. The history of the Templar knights is fascinating and in this story, a role-playing game about them provides a cover for a much more sinister plot.

LM Somerton - Feature for BTSe Magazine

How many times have you heard that the Inuit have a huge number of words for snow? It’s an essential element of their culture and understanding the stuff can be the difference between life and death. There are over a million words in the English language, which is one heck of a playground for a writer, so it’s intriguing that there is only one word for love.


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