A nonfiction manuscript editor by day, but a historical fiction junkie, book reviewer, Indie and mainstream press book blogger, and HNS staff member by night!
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Readingthepast features an essay by Richard Sharp Richard Sharp, author of The Duke Don’t Dance and Crystal Ships, writes about why the 60s should be considered an intriguing candidate for historical fiction exploration, outside the well-known social upheaval and Vietnam War….
A new year, a new challenge. Since I read exclusively historical fiction anyway, I’m going to join Historical Tapestry’s 2014 Historical Fiction Reading Challenge. Motivation is always best from the outside, for me at least! I wonder what I’ll be able to accomplish this year. I’ve already read one, so…
I am currently reading Liza Perat’s Wolfsangel, the second in her historical L’Auberge des Anges series. I have just begun, so I cannot comment except to say that Liza is back in formidable style- her writing captivates and her story draws you in… Escape from Paris By Carolyn Hart Find…