The Highs and Lows of Being an Author – a guest post by Helen Hollick
It’s a pleasure to welcome Helen Hollick to my blog today. We first met in Denver, Colorado, at the 2015 Historical Novel Society conference. Helen has been a huge supporter of indie authors…
The balance between imagination and research: guest post by Anna Belfrage
I have had the pleasure of being whisked away to the past by Anna Belfrage, a writer and friend I only met seven years ago, but whom I feel like I’ve known forever. We share a love of medieval…
Julia Prima: what’s new in Roma Nova? A visit with author Alison Morton
I want to welcome Alison Morton to the blog today. Alison and I met at my very first Historical Novel Society conference in 2015. We immediately bonded over our love of history and historical fiction…
Guest post – M.K. Tod: Weaving fashion into The Admiral’s Wife
I am thrilled to have M.K. Tod on my blog today to talk about her new novel, The Admiral’s Wife. Take it away, Mary!
Celebrating Sea of Shadows with Amy Maroney
I’ve had the pleasure of working closely with Amy Maroney on our anthology, Betrayal, and never tire of finding ways to celebrate successes. I am excited to share Amy’s new novel – Sea of Shadows…
Echoes advances to the CYGNUS Semi-finals
I was thrilled when I learned Echoes of the Storm advanced to the long-list of the CYGNUS Book Awards for Science Fiction. It then advanced to the short-list. But it gets better!
Guest post – Annie Whitehead: When Research Means Leaving Well Enough Alone
Welcome to Annie Whitehead, well-known author and historian. Annie’s works of fiction and non-fiction center on pre-conquest England. I’m delighted to have Annie writing today about historical research…
Guest post – Anne Barwell celebrates Comes a Horseman
I’m delighted to welcome Anne Barwell to the blog to talk about the re-release of Comes a Horseman, the 3rd and final book in her WWII Echoes Rising series. Take it away, Anne! Pawn Takes Knight As a chess player I’ve played against opponents who prefer to methodically wipe other players from the board, but […]