News and updates from author Margaret Windsor

Category: New Releases

Beauregard–Schedule (Admissions)

Beauregard Admissions Files

Welcome to the most elite university west of the Meridian.

Over the course of the next few weeks, we will be releasing the admissions files of a selected group of applicants, along with the committee’s notes.  Please be advised that the final decisions will only be released to students themselves come April, but these notes will always remain confidential.  Thank you kindly for your discretion.

Please also note that, due to the confidential nature of these files, only portions will be disclosed here, and will remain up for a very limited amount of time.  The full files will be made available on selected retailers who have assured us of their discretion, and whose links we will provide at the appropriate date, listed below.

A total assortment of six of our admissions files will be presented to you, for your sole consumption, for a very limited amount of time.  They are as follows:

Clarence J. Bailey

Beauregard College, Clarence J. Bailey

Application: January 5th
Committee Notes: January 12th
Full File Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple (Coming Soon), Kobo, SmashwordsGoogle Play, OmniLit

Adam Miles Clark—

Beauregard College, Adam 200 x 300

Application: January 19th
Committee Notes: January 26th
Full File Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple, Kobo, Smashwords, Google Play, OmniLit

Jacob Daniel Scudder—

Beauregard College, Jacob 200 x 300

Application: February 2nd
Committee Notes: February 9th
Full File Available on AmazonBarnes & Noble, AppleKoboSmashwordsGoogle PlayOmniLit

Holly Sarah Harper—

Application: February 16th
Committee Notes: February 23rd
(Full File Available February 23rd)

Victor Morgan Kelley—

Application: March 2nd
Committee Notes: March 9th
(Full File Available March 9th)

Riley Leah Morrow—

Application: March 16th
Committee Notes: March 23rd
(Full File Available March 23rd)

We will also be releasing to your care a few other essential correspondences of our department as needed, including the following:

Admissions Decisions to Beauregard—March 30th

An Account of Our Esteemed Admissions Weekend for Prefrosh Students—April 6th

Our Admission Committee Session on Waitlisted Candidates—April 13th

And, for your convenience, we will package all of these materials together into a file called Beauregard: Admissions, which will become available on the 13th of April, and which will contain information about the matriculating students.  Please note that any materials within must be held with utmost confidentiality.

If you have any questions, feel free to direct them to our Admissions Office, 1 Kelwidge Street, Elderry, Massachusetts.  Inquiries only accepted via messenger.


Stolen Now Available

December 22nd has arrived!  Which, besides exciting holidays and a lurking 2014, also means that Stolen has now been published across all retailers.

Thank you again to everyone who has followed along–it’s been great sharing this story with you, and I’m looking forward to many more to come.

Available on AmazonB&NAppleKoboSmashwords, and Sony

Next week, I’ll be sharing a new schedule for an upcoming project that I’m very excited about–but until then, happy holidays!

New Releases!

As we approach the halfway point for Stolen, I’m excited to share two other works that are now available, a novella called Wolf and a full-length novel, Lucy Silver and the Gold Key:



“It was dark. He had pulled the curtain over the window, like usual, to keep out the light of the moon. Still he could feel it pulsing behind the thick layers of fabric, like water backing up at a dam, ready to explode at any second. But he had been careful. He had shut the window, too, so no faint ripple of wind could sweep back the curtains, and allow in the moonlight.

“The precaution wasn’t for himself, of course. It was for Him. Just in case.”

Deep in the woods, the boy lives alone. Alone, that is, except for Him. A prisoner and a servant, the boy measures his life by the cycles of the moon, taking every precaution possible, knowing that one slip could mean the end. But when the boy discovers a secret deep in the woods, he uncovers the key to bringing down the entire, carefully constructed world around him. But will it mean the end for him, too?


Lucy Silver and the Gold Key Cover

Lucy Silver and the Gold Key

A magical key, a wicked witch, a missing fortune, and a quite troublesome adventure…

There are many dangers in the world, but mysterious keys are perhaps the greatest of all. For keys lead to locks, and locks lead to strange and wondrous things that are often better left alone. But when Lucy Silver finds a small gold key one morning, she takes it without a second thought, being a rather impetuous and fearless girl.

Frederick Holtwood, a good deal more practical, would perhaps have passed the key right on by, or else delivered it to the proper and respectable authorities. He certainly has no interest in befriending the spoiled and daring little girl that his father insists he be friendly to (her father is, after all, his father’s boss). But when a wicked witch begins hunting the children to get hold of the key, the two embark on an adventure that leads them through forests, to a princess and a king of thieves, to magic spells and curses, and ultimately, to secrets they never could have imagined.


I’ve also been reading some great books lately, and I hope to share some of those with you next week.  Happy reading!