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“The Boy Who Granted Dreams” by Luca di Fulvio

content discovered on Friday, February 27, 2015

Celebrated Historical Novel about Gangs, Crime, and Romance to be Released in New English Edition in March 2015 - "The Boy Who Granted Dreams" by Luca di Fulvio read more »

What’s in a Name?

content discovered on Friday, February 20, 2015

One thing I love about storytelling is the malleability. Rewriting my historical series has become an exercise in this. My intention was to spruce it up, minimize things like punctuated dialect, and bring it sophistication that comes from growing in the writing craft and simply living. Its been a journey of discovery, envisioning and re-envisioning this project. While retaining the general structure of [] read more »

“Across The Pond” by Michael McCormick

content discovered on Monday, February 09, 2015

Author Vietnam War veteran, Michael McCormick announces promotion of his military fiction book, "Across the Pond." First released by Vantage Press in 1994 read more »

“Legionary: The Scourge of Thracia” by Gordon D...

content discovered on Friday, February 06, 2015

"Legionary: The Scourge of Thracia" by Gordon Doherty is the fourth book in the Legionary series. read more »

The Cunning Man, by John Yeoman, Reviewed.

content discovered on Friday, January 02, 2015

This ‘fictorial’ as the author calls it, should start a trend amongst authors with a desire to help other writers improve their craft. That is precisely what John Yeoman does in this collection of historical mystery stories. He tells a tale and inserts footnote links in the text, these lead to the footnotes, which explain what the writing sample has done, and how. It’s a fascinating and extremely useful tool for those wanting to become better writers of fiction. The stories? Well, John Yeoman is an aut... read more »

Guest Post by Shauna Roberts - Using Telling De...

content discovered on Monday, December 22, 2014

Using Telling Details for Setting in Historical Fiction by Shauna Roberts In historical fiction, you can bring your setting to life best by choosing the most pertinent, most evocative details: the telling details, as Russian author Anton Chekov called them. Why not just inundate your readers with all the details so that they can form a full, complete picture of the setting in their minds? Such details take up a lot of space; paper is expensive, so your book would cost more. Also, the readers may not... read more »

“Oh My Darling” by Cate O’Toole

content discovered on Monday, December 22, 2014

"Oh My Darling" by Cate O'Toole examines the highs and lows of the California gold rush. read more »

“Katambora Rising” by Rory Johnson

content discovered on Monday, December 22, 2014

Rory Johnston announces release of 2nd book in Katambora Series - Katambora Rising. Book one, The Sands of Katambora: A Safari Chronicle released early 2014. read more »

“Onesimus: A Novel of Early Christianity” by Ma...

content discovered on Wednesday, December 10, 2014

"Onesimus: A Novel of Early Christianity" by Mark McFaddyn is available as a paperback Amazon worldwide and for Kindle US and Kindle UK. read more »

Taste of Treason, by April Taylor, Reviewed.

content discovered on Sunday, November 09, 2014

Taste of Treason is the second book in the Tudor Enigma series. The books are a mix of alternative history and fantasy, but that description fails to do them justice. Well written and comprehensively researched, the stories take the reader back to the days following the death of Henry VIII. Except that in these stories, Henry has a male heir, Henry IX is on the throne, and Anne Boleyn is alive and well. In Taste of Treason, Luke, an apothecary working not far from Hampton Court Palace, has been enga... read more »

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