Mary Tod

About me

I write historical fiction focused on WWI and WWII. In addition to writing and research, I enjoy exploring how the changing world of publishing is affecting writers, agents, publishers and others. HNS offers a wonderful change to connect and participate with like-minded individuals.

From my website

The Whirl of Launching a Novel

Launching a new novel is a very exciting time in any author’s life. In preparation I booked two virtual tours, one with Amy Bruno’s HFVBT and the second with Emma Cazabonne’s France Book Tours (starting Sept 1). Beyond the book tours, many friends  helped publicize Time and Regret on blogs, Twitter…

A Cinderella Story upside down

M.J. (Marina) Neary author of The Gate of Dawn, a folkloric tale of conspiracy and revenge set in czarist Lithuania, is on the blog today explaining some of the history behind her novel. Welcome, M.J. and over to you! A Cinderella story upside down … Set in 1880s, my recent…

The Soldier’s Farewell – a review by Sarah Zama

A few weeks ago, author Sarah Zama whose blog is called The Old Shelter reviewed Maisie Dobbs – and today she’s back with a review of The Soldier’s Farewell, a novel by Alan Monaghan. Many thanks for contributing to the blog, Sarah! The Soldier’s Farewell by Alan Monaghan The Easter…

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