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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I have made a huge editorial faux pas….I can’t believe I’ve been spelling Liza Perrat’s last name wrong all this time! I am so sorry, Liza! You’ve been very kind not to have said anything : )
I have just turned in my review for Paullina Simon’s Bellagrand. Ohhhh….it’s a heart breaker. Similar to The Bronze Horseman. Hold on to your hearts if you decide to read it, and I will post the review here after the May issue of The Historical Novels Review is published. I…
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….