The Game of Hope: Sandra Gulland’s Young Adult Fiction Debut

Sandra Gulland’s Josephine B. Trilogy—the first volume of which was published more than two decades ago—remains one of the top ...Read Article

Spies and Submarines in the Napoleonic Era: The Tide Watchers by Lisa Chaplin imagines a crucial mission for real-life unnamed heroes

“After seventeen years of constant happy endings, perhaps I was ready for something more realistic.” So says Lisa Chaplin, who had written twenty ...Read Article

On Research, Fashion & Prinny: An Interview with Lauren Willig

To mark the publication of bestselling author Lauren Willig’s newest novel in her popular Pink Carnation historical espionage series, Jenny Quinlan talks ...Read Article

Everybody Loves a Rogue:  A Chat with Bill Dietrich

Everybody loves a rogue, at least a little.  Readers flocked to the late George Macdonald Fraser’s English anti-hero Harry Flashman, who gallivanted ...Read Article

Sea battles in the 18th and 19th centuries

When I decided to try my hand at writing, one historical period, the climax of the age of fighting sail (the twenty-two-year period ...Read Article

The Emerald Storm – William Dietrich on Ethan Gage’s latest adventure

Jenny Barden recently had the privilege of being able to put a few questions to William Dietrich about his writing and his new ...Read Article

Living with Josephine

Teresa Eckford’s 2001 interview with SANDRA GULLAND. Last October I had the pleasure of meeting and chatting with Sandra Gulland, author of the ...Read Article