Ep. 70: Signe Pike, Author of the Lost Queen Trilogy

Today on A Bookish Home my guest is Signe Pike. She is the author of The Lost Queen and the travel memoir Faery Tale, and has researched and written about Celtic history and folklore for more than a decade. Her new book The Forgotten Kingdom, continues Langoreth’s story in a trilogy that has been called “The Mists of Avalon for a new generation” and “Outlander meets Camelot-but with the focus firmly on the lives and loves of women”.

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To learn more about Signe Pike and follow her on social media visit https://www.signepike.com.

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Browse books by authors interviewed on the podcast, titles mentioned on the show, and more recommendations from your host and librarian, Laura Szaro Kopinski. 

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Happy Reading and Listening,

Laura Szaro Kopinski

ABookishHome.com

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