Rebecca Henderson Palmer
When I was 12, I told my mother I wanted to be a novelist when I grew up, to which she replied that I should find a “real job” in the meantime. Twenty-some-odd years later, after pursuing graduate degrees in science and business, I eventually returned to writing when I became a mom.
I have managed my own freelance writing company for the biotech industry for several years now and have published many manuscripts in peer-reviewed medical journals, as well as several industry articles.
Now, I’m revisiting fiction – trying to weave together my interest in writing with my lifelong loves of history and reading. My all-time favorite author has to be Jane Austen, but I currently enjoy Diana Gabaldon, Phillipa Gregory, Alison Weir, and countless others.
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Does true love conquer all? Did a magic spell enchant an entire castle and was Beauty really saved by her prince’s kiss? Blackwell’s debut novel follows Elise, a country girl whose late mother urged her to escape the drudgery of farm life and seek employment at the castle as she…
Susan Higginbotham explores the reign of Edward IV from a unique perspective, that of Queen Elizabeth Woodville’s youngest sister Catherine and her husband Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham. Kate and Harry trade off telling the story of their lives, from Edward and Elizabeth’s illicit marriage, to their own marriage at…
Michael Bennett’s 1987 work is a supreme achievement when it comes to better understanding the early years of Henry VII’s reign, a period typically given short shrift by most historians. Considered by many to the be ultimate authority when it comes to the events of 1487, Bennett’s research is the…