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Linda Carlino’s awe-inspiring Spain

 Author Linda Carlino never hoped or intended to be a writer and her beginnings didn’t suggest anything of the kind.

Linda was born in a tiny coal miner’s cottage in a small mining village at the southern edge of the Durham coalfield in the Northeast of England. 651 more words

Blackwell's Paradise Book Blast Giveaway

Blackwell’s Paradise

by V.E. Ulett

Publication Date: January 8, 2014

Old Salt Press LLC

Formats: Ebook, Paperback

Series: Blackwell’s Adventures, Volume II

Genre: Historical Adventure/Naval HF… 468 more words

Historical Novels

Falling From Grace, Ice House, & Inner Voice

Later that day Erik moved his belongings downstairs into Le Placard with the help of two new acquaintances, Augustin and Henry. His cot fit well enough, and his steamer trunk. 392 more words


The Towers of Tuscany: Book Blast and giveaway

Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours and author Carol M. Cram are excited to announce The Towers of Tuscany Book Blast!
Join us from April 7-13 as The Towers of Tuscany is featured around the blogosphere, along with a chance to win one of three copies of this amazing new novel! 930 more words

Historical Novels

Book review: The Hurlyburly's Husband. I love France #92

I plan to publish this meme every Thursday more or less!.
You can share here about any book
or anything cultural you just discovered related to France, Paris, etc. 1,324 more words

Reading Challenges

Review: Zaremba: or Love and the Rule of Law

Zaremba: or Love and the Rule of Law, by Michelle Granas, was a fascinating read for me, on many levels. From a shy and inhibited polio victim named Cordelia, to a man named Zaremba, the novel flows quickly within a Polish setting. 452 more words

Book Reviews

Paul Fraser Collard Book Tour 2014

I am very pleased and honoured to host the second leg of Paul Collard’s first ever Blog Tour. This tour celebrates the release in PB of Paul’s book The Maharajah’s General, the second book in his Jack lark series. 1,159 more words

Paul Fraser Collard