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Added by Dee Connell on November 6, 2014 at 5:01am — No Comments
I used to be a Birthcenter nurse and work with the nurse-midwives in a major San Diego hospital. Now I write books and design houses. I miss delivering babies with the midwives more than I can say. It’s the most mystical, amazing, rewarding work I’ve ever done. Part of my heart still feels broken, but I’ve found an excellent…Continue
Added by Kelsey McBride on April 24, 2014 at 10:30am — No Comments
Title: To Live Forever: An Afterlife Journey of Meriwether Lewis
Author: Andra Watkins
Publisher: Word Hermit Press
Genre: Historical fiction/Paranormal/Suspense
Added by Dorothy Thompson on April 20, 2014 at 8:37am — No Comments
God’s Daughter by Heather Day Gilbert is a must read for historical fiction fans, those interested in Viking lore and culture, or just anyone looking for an emotionally charged and gripping read. It is written from the perspective of a Viking woman named Gudrid sometime around 1000 AD when these fierce warriors were exploring the northern seas. Most of the tale is told from a first person, present…Continue
Added by Tracy Krauss on March 28, 2014 at 8:49pm — No Comments
Honor and Innocence is a historical romance novel. This book takes the reader through…Continue
Added by Kelsey McBride on March 19, 2014 at 11:05am — No Comments
Excerpt from the first book in my series, due out in May of 2014.
BOOK ONE, DESCENT
PART 1: …
Added by Tiffany Apan on March 14, 2014 at 11:30pm — No Comments
Honor and Innocence: Against the Tides of War, a historical romance novel by Glen Hierlmeier, will be released March 2014. This book takes the reader through the devastation left by World War II across the European and Asian continents following its main character Hank…Continue
Added by Kelsey McBride on February 20, 2014 at 12:12pm — No Comments
Here's The Vesuvius Isotope photo tour, which I'll be showing live at some of my upcoming events. This is literally a trip through the novel from beginning to end, excluding the Black's Beach footage to keep it rated PG. No spoilers here, but I'm hoping that you'll look at these and wonder what the heck all of those pics have to do with the story! SheWrites doesn't seem to…Continue
Added by Kristen Elise on January 31, 2014 at 12:47pm — No Comments
How does a historical novelist turn a real person into a fictional character? I have tips for you: eight, to be exact. My historical novel Helen In Love (Penguin 2013) fictionalizes Helen Keller’s real-life love affair.To fictionalize the affair, I spent five years avidly…Continue
Trick or Treat!
Ask a child: who rides a broom on Halloween night? Of course, she’ll know.
Then ask: but why are witches associated with Halloween? You’ll get a shrug.
Because she’d have to look back thousands of years... to when on…Continue
Added by Suzy Witten on October 30, 2013 at 10:09am — No Comments
The three pylons of author infrastructure are:
Added by Marian Szczepanski on October 14, 2013 at 4:22pm — No Comments
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Raised as a scullery maid in Nottingham Castle, Wren has no idea she is the daughter of the legendary Robin Hood. When she is forced…Continue
Added by Kelsey McBride on September 17, 2013 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Alison Bruce has had many careers and writing has always been one of them. Copywriter, editor and graphic designer since 1992, Alison has also been a comic book store manager, small press publisher, webmaster and arithmetically challenged bookkeeper. She is the author of mystery, suspense and historical romance novels.
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Added by Mayra Calvani on September 12, 2013 at 8:03am — No Comments
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Added by S. Ramos O'Briant on September 5, 2013 at 8:40pm — No Comments
What I love most about historical novels is their ability to carry me off to a world completely foreign to everything I know. Regency Period, Elizabethan days, Victorian times, Middle Ages, Biblical times, and the American Wild West; all are as different from our modern age as sugar is from salt. Among my collection of research books on the nineteenth century, I have a book called, The Good Old Days; They Were Terrible. And they were. So, are we crazy to be fascinated by those long gone…Continue
Added by Charlene Raddon on August 25, 2013 at 8:50am — No Comments
Added by S. Ramos O'Briant on August 6, 2013 at 8:16pm — No Comments