Pre-Order now Available for “The Savage Sabre” by Rosamund Winchester

  Read for FREE in Kindle Unlimited! It’s all hands on deck between a Scottish pirate and his enemy Spanish lady-fair! As fierce and deadly as a sword, Saban “the Sabre” Rees runs his family smuggling business with a strong hand and an unmatched loyalty. He is determined to turn the name Rees into a […]

9 most Infamous Female Pirates

When you think of pirates, you’re likely picturing bearded buccaneers or peg-legged scalawags with names like Blackbeard, Barbarossa, and Calico Jack. While most pirates were men, there were women in these ranks of raiders who were just as merciless, notorious, and feared. Spanning the globe and centuries, we introduce you to the infamous she-pirates of […]

“The Pirate’s Jewel” The latest Grand Scottish Pirate Adventure by Ruth A. Casie

                                       “Read for FREE in Kindle Unlimited” Deception and family honor are at stake in this grand Scottish pirate adventure! Wesley Reynolds will do anything to avenge his family’s banishment from Dundhragon Castle – even throw in with […]

A Pirate’s One True Love

One benefit of reading pirate romance is that the heroine always gets a happily-ever-after with the swashbuckler who steals her heart. Actual medieval pirates were not so easily won over, however. Regardless of the time period in which they lived, where they were born, or ship they upon which they sailed, all pirates from history […]

3 Things You Might Not Know about Pirates

Writing a book requires research, especially if it takes place in the past. We learn so many fun tidbits about our characters and plots, and the Pirates of Britannia are no exception! But after researching, we authors need to determine which facts to use, when to choose the legendary, timeworn stories over historical facts, and […]

“God of the Seas” Make sure you pick up our newest release today!

“Read for FREE in Kindle Unlimited” Godwin Trenoweth commands Poseidon’s Legion, pirates who roam the seas surrounding England. When they plunder a vessel carrying the bastard daughter of King Henry, Godwin takes the fiery beauty captive, planning to ransom her to both the king and her intended husband—until he decides he wants Melisent for himself. […]

Pirate Strategy by Anna Markland

The strategies pirates used for capturing ships are a lot more complex than you might think. In fact, many pirates opted for stealing the ships’ merchandise and treasures instead of actually taking the ship as their prize. Most pirate ships were not generally superior vessels in comparison to those from whom they were attempting to […]

“Black Bart” Roberts and his Royal Fortune(s) by Sky Purrington

Pirate ships of old spur the adventuresome imagination in us all. Especially those made famous by pirates such as Bartholomew Roberts, AKA “Black Bart” Roberts and his Royal Fortune(s). Yes, he named not one stolen ship that but several!   It all started July seventeen-twenty when he captured a French brigantine off the coast of […]

The Stories of Pirates Are As Old As Time

In the Ancient World, there was a confederacy of naval raiders who harassed the coastal cities and maritime trade routes in the Mediterranean before the Vikings. Called by many names, today we know them as pirates. Where did pirates live? In the Ancient World merchant ships never ventured far from land. They followed the coast […]

Pearls of Fire by Meara Platt

Life sometimes takes interesting turns, such as the day I met a gem hunter who traveled to ancient lands in search of mysterious gems, the stuff of which legends are made. This gem hunter spoke of a necklace of pearls once owned by a Vietnamese emperor, each magnificent pearl identical to the others to form […]