Thursday, February 25, 2016

This Week's #Writers Word

Noun [ˈa-rəs, ˈer-əs ]

An arras is a tapestry that's hung as a decoration, especially one decorated with complex stitched designs.

There's a famous reference to an arras in Shakespeare's play Hamlet, when Polonius hides in an alcove behind an arras to eavesdrop. Imagine the kind of heavy woven tapestries you might see in a museum when you think of an arras. The name comes from the French city where they were first made, Arras in northern France.

Meko's Woman
Parts 1-3
*Paranormal Timetravel
*Nominated for Bookie Award

A Rebellious Beauty
Taken captive by a decadent-looking savage, Francesca DuVall spends every waking moment planning an escape for her and her brother, Marsh. She never dreamed she'd be forced to marry her brutal captor, much less fall in love with him. 

A Dangerous Warrior
Ethan Gray is a curator at a famous museum...most of the time. In another life, he's Meko, a savage warrior hurled into the past to help his beloved people, the Cheyenne. Though their worlds are decades apart, Meko, can't resist the dark-haired, green-eyed beauty he kidnaps during a raid. As leader of the Dog Soldiers, he has many battles to fight to save his people but none he wants to win more than capturing Cesca's heart forever.

From the placid life of a curator, to the windswept plains of Colorado, their love was fueled by passion and kindled by destiny.
* Part I is FREE *

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