Diamond Tales – December 3 – 23 – on Discovering Diamonds

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Author Helen Hollick is known around historical fiction circles as a wonderful inspiration and supporter of fellow authors and new novelists. Helen’s work as indie review editor for the Historical Novel Society (HNS) gave indie writers like me the opportunity to have my first medieval book reviewed for HNS. Helen runs her own review site now, Discovering Diamonds. Tireless in her promotion, Helen invited twenty authors (both traditional- and indie- published) to contribute to “Diamond Tales,” and I am thrilled to be a participant. Every day beginning Dec. 3, there will be a new short story or book excerpt from these authors at Discovering Diamonds:

3rd December    Richard Tearle Diamonds
4th December     Helen Hollick  When ex-lovers have their uses
5th December    Antoine Vanner  Britannia’s Diamonds
6th December    Nicky Galliers  Diamond Windows
7th December    Denise Barnes  The Lost Diamond
8th December    Elizabeth Jane Corbett A Soul Above Diamonds
9th December    Lucienne Boyce Murder In Silks
10th December    Julia Brannan The Curious Case of the Disappearing Diamond
11th December    Pauline Barclay Sometimes It Happens
12th December    Annie Whitehead Hearts, Home and a Precious Stone
13th December    Inge H. Borg  Edward, Con Extraordinaire
14th December    J.G. Harlond The Empress Emerald
15th December    Charlene Newcomb Diamonds in the Desert
16th December     Susan Grossey  A Suitable  Gift
17th December     Alison  Morton Three Thousand Years to Saturnalia
18th December      Nancy Jardine   Illicit Familial Diamonds
19th December      Elizabeth St John The Stolen Diamonds
20th December      Barbara Gaskell Denvil Discovering the Diamond
21st December       Anna Belfrage   Diamonds in the Mud
22nd December      Cryssa Bazos    The Diamonds of Sint-Nicholaas
23rd December       Diamonds … In Sound & Song 
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