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The first book in my latest series has just been released. Allow me to take you back to the late 13th century, where Edward I is getting ready to once and for all crush the Welsh princes. With Edward is his loyal captain, Robert FitzStephan. Robert was twelve when he saw his first battle, has accompanied Edward to the Holy Land and back. His loyalty to the king is absolute—until his new wife places him in a position where it is either betraying her or the king. What will Robert do?

She is dragged back through time to a new life, a new and frightening world. And a new man…
Love. Drama. Heartbreaking loss & heady adventure. Welcome to The Graham Saga!

My best-selling series! Winner of the HNS Indie Book of the Year 2015, plus several other awards!

Welcome to 14th century England, to the world of an inept king, a rebellious baron and an adulterous queen. Welcome to the life of Adam de Guirande, an honourable knight torn apart by his loyalties.

Sometimes, I step out of my historical settings. Like in my new WIP which is a dark, edgy romance. 

I return to the world of time-travelling. Join Duncan and Erin as they leap through time! 

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Anna Belfrage, Author

Award winning author of Historical Fiction and Time Travel. Her stories will transport you to another time and place.



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I was in Exeter yesterday and took the opportunity to pop into the cathedral to say hello to Walter de Stapledon. Not that he’s all that talkative – the man’s been dead for over seven centuries – but still. I imagine Walter is none too happy with me, given that I portray him as being anything but nice in my books featuring the events round Edward II’s downfall. Not to wonder, as my narrative is in the POV of the people who opposed Edward and thereby the men who supported him. I imagine Walter was as well-rounded as we all are IRL. He had faults – as we all do – he likely had sterling qualities as well. But in my novel, it is the faults that paint the picture of the man.Walter de Stapledon’s tomb is a beautiful thing – the man even looks entirely whole, his head resting on a pillow. IRL, he’d been killed by having his head sawed off… Opposite to Walter’s effigy, rests that of his older brother, Richard. They died on the same October day of 1326, Sir Richard trying to defend his brother the bishop from the angry, howling London mob. He failed, evidently. But here they lie, close together.I’ve written a post about Walter and his rather gruesome death. You can find it here! See MoreSee Less
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