Anita Seymour

About me

The author of two 17th Century Family Sagas, and two Victorian Romances under the name Anita Davison. Royalist Rebel, my 17th Century Biographical novel of Elizabeth Murray, Countess Dysart is due for release by Claymore Books, an imprint of Pen and Sword Publishing in early 2013

From my website

REVIEW-The Shape of Sand by Marjorie Eccles

BOOK BLURBLife at Charnley is blessed for the Jardine children, Harriet, Vita and Daisy, who live in an idyllic Edwardian country manor with their loving parents, Beatrice and Amory. But one night, after a party celebrating their mother's birthday, their dreams of a propitious future suddenly come crashing down when…

The Pitfalls of Genre Switching

I often read how historical authors should choose their genre carefully. That most writers, even established ones, find it hard to change genre, and are advised to use a pen name to do so. I am not talking about building an audience, or meeting the expectations of a publisher –…

Flora Maguire

SS Minneapolis 1900My Flora Maguire Cozy Mystery is now in edits, which means my announcement of a release date is drawing closer.  I have learned a great deal from this exercise, in that reducing the word count of a story that holds, clues, red-herrings and false trails throughout the manuscript,…

 
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