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Connie S. Arnold makes medieval children’s stories fun again with “The Patchwork Princess”

All this while the children’s author, who is a native of Indiana, teaches a thing or two about courage, acceptance, and true beauty.


A fantasy fairytale with a positive message for children and a surprising ending for all!

Connie S. Arnold published “The Patchwork Princess, Adventures of Ra-me, the Traveling Troubadour” (iUniverse; 2018), the first book in a planned series about the adventures of a traveling troubadour named Ra-me.
Told in the first-person narrative, “The Patchwork Princess” is a colorful and beautifully illustrated children’s book set in the medieval days. It tells the story about the kidnapping and eventual rescue of a princess, who is imprisoned in Terrance the Terrible’s ten-story tower. King Lister of Parkingham offers his daughter’s hand in marriage, plus one-third of his kingdom and a variety of treasures, to any brave knight who will rescue her.
Ra-me comes across the king’s announcement during his travel to the kingdom, where he is slated to perform at the wedding ceremony of the king’s daughter. Because there would be no ceremony to perform unless the princess is rescued, Ra-me presents himself to the king for permission to try his luck on the quest. He does not want to marry the princess, though, but he would like the other stuff.
Is there anything Ra-me can do other than just playing his instruments and composing new songs? Can he prove himself a hero? And is the princess worth saving?  
Read all about it in Connie S. Arnold’s “The Patchwork Princess, Adventures of Ra-me, the Traveling Troubadour.” Order a copy today through Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

The Patchwork Princess, Adventures of Ra-me, the Traveling Troubadour
Written by Connie S. Arnold
Published by iUniverse
Published date: October 12, 2018
Paperback price: $16.99
About the Author

The author lives on a farm in Tennessee with her husband, a few black cows, a chocolate Lab, a Llasa Poo and five ponds filled with thousands of fish. For more information, please visit her website at

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 Traveling Troubadour

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