Book Spotlight: The Queen’s Scribe by Amy Maroney
The Queen’s Scribe is the latest novel in Amy Maroney’s Sea and Stone Chronicles.
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…
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!
Starting the new year with a great review
Candlelight Reading reviewed all twelve stories in Betrayal, but it was extra special for me to read these words about my Stephan l’Aigle story, “A Knight’s Tale.” Jamie, The Whispering Bookworm, had interview questions for each of our authors about the eras we write, observations on researching and writing historical fiction, and how the anthology […]
Book recs and mini interviews; and Writing, then & now
Book recommendations & mini interviews Last month, I reviewed R.W.W. Greene‘s The Light Years – highly recommended. I had asked Rob where he got the initial idea for the book. His response: The short version is the shower. I’d just gotten home from a sci-fi convention, and I had a lot of thoughts whirling in […]