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Octavia Randolph



Octavia Randolph has long been fascinated with the development, dominance, and decline of the Anglo-Saxon peoples. The path of her research has included disciplines as varied as the study of Anglo-Saxon and Norse runes, and learning to spin with a drop spindle. Her interests have led to extensive on-site research in England, Denmark, Sweden, and Gotland. In addition to the Circle Saga, she is the author of the novella The Tale of Melkorka, taken from the Icelandic Sagas, and the novella Ride, a retelling of the story of Lady Godiva, first published in Narrative Magazine. She has been awarded Artistic Fellowships at the Ingmar Bergman Estate on Fårö, Gotland; MacDowell Colony; Ledig House International; and Byrdcliffe.
 


Genres: Historical
 
New and upcoming books
September 2024

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To the Sun
(Circle of Ceridwen Saga, book 11)
Series
Circle of Ceridwen Saga
   1. The Circle of Ceridwen (2014)
   2. Ceridwen of Kilton (2002)
   3. The Claiming (2012)
   4. The Hall of Tyr (2014)
   5. Tindr (2016)
   6. Silver Hammer, Golden Cross (2017)
   Sidroc the Dane (2018)
   The Circle of Ceridwen Cookery Book(let) (2019)
   7. Wildswept (2020)
   8. For Me Fate Wove This (2021)
   9. Two Dragons (2022)
   10. Water Borne (2023)
   11. To the Sun (2024)
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Novels
   Light, Descending (2014)
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Novellas and Short Stories
   The Tale of Melkorka (2013)
   Ride (2014)
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Octavia Randolph recommends
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The Widow Queen (2021)
(Bold, book 1)
Elżbieta Cherezińska
"Look no further for your next great adventure. The Widow Queen unspools the true history of two courageous siblings, Boleslaw--the first and future King of Poland, and his daring sister Swietoslawa, fated to a royal destiny in a great Norse kingdom. Ranging across Baltic shores to the northern reaches of Scandinavia, and far West to King Ethelred's England, Cherezinska propels us through a tale of great personal and social transformation, from pagan to Christian, and private to political. This hidden history of a forgotten yet vitally important heroine brings Swietoslawa into the limelight she so richly deserves."

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