Faith L. Justice

About me

Faith has worked as a lifeguard, paralegal, systems analyst, human resources executive, college professor, and novelist. She writes in her historic landmarked home in Brooklyn, New York where she lives with her husband, daughter and the required gaggle of cats. Her debut historical novel, Selene of Alexandria, is now available in print and all ebook formats. Her second book, Twilight Empress, won first place in the Maryland Writer’s Association contest. She’s currently working on two new novels—both set in Imperial Rome. Faith’s award-winning short stories, poems and articles have appeared in such publications as, Writer’s Digest (cover article) and The Copperfield Review. For fun, she reads (of course!) but also likes to dig in the dirt—her garden and various archaeological sites. For more information, and to read her stories and excerpts of her novels, check out her website.

From my website

Book Review: “The Confessions of Young Nero”

Book Review: The Confessions of Young Nero by  Margaret George   The blurb: “While Nero idealizes the artistic and athletic principles of Greece, his very survival rests on his ability to navigate the sea of vipers that is Rome. The most lethal of all is his own mother, a cold-blooded…

Book Review: The Oni

The Oni by Gordon Linzner   “Imprisoned for thousands of years in the hilt of a ceremonial sword, the oni, a hideous Japanese demon, is accidentally released to wreak the havoc of its pent-up fury on an unsuspecting world. All-powerful, immortal, and possessed of an unquenchable lust for human blood,…

Book Review: Romanov Empress

The Romanov Empress: A Novel of Tsarina Maria Feodorovna by C.W. Gortner   “Narrated by the mother of Russia’s last tsar, this vivid, historically authentic novel brings to life the courageous story of Maria Feodorovna, one of Imperial Russia’s most compelling women, who witnessed the splendor and tragic downfall of…

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