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"Shadow of the Raven"

At 2 a.m. on Sunday, November 23 I finished reading a historical novel written by a fellow blogger Millie Thom. She has many great achievements in her life (read… 431 more words


Linda Carlino gets another book contract in Brazil

In early 2010 my ArticlesBase item caught the eye of a Brazilian publisher and publishing contracts followed.
In 2012 Linda Carlino’s Brazilian publisher Editora Europa (São Paulo) published That Other Juana (Joana, a Louca) in Brazil and after its success they published A Matter of Pride (Carlos V : Orgulho, Poder, Paixão e Arrependimento) in 2013 and they have now committed to publish Wives & Other Women (Philip II of Spain) in February 2015. 434 more words

Are you in the present, past or future?

Jim lives in the present. He’s the one that notices the bands of color in clouds during the sunrise; he finds the horned toad on a rock and the mound of delicate wildflowers on the backside of the tree. 422 more words


Day 616: The Rathbones

The Rathbones is a strange and wonderful novel, part gothic mystery, part magical realism, about a whaling family in the 18th and 19th centuries. Mercy Rathbone is a girl, the last of a mysterious family. 306 more words


Books and More: at the Indie Author Fair at the Chorleywood LitFest

I wouldn’t blame you if you’d forgotten this blog existed. The last few weeks have been so busy, so busy I haven’t updated the blog as I should, but at last there’s a space and time to talk about my book. 962 more words


My first inspirational historical novel, Farewell, My Denmark, is on sale this week at: http://bookmarkedbargains.blogspot.com/p/romance-historical.html (There are other excellent novels for sale there as well, of course.) 544 more words

Historical Novels

8 titles for our October 2014 Book Club

Recap of our Block Book Club October 2014 meeting


Recap of the titles we shared .

1. The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry (Harold Fry #1) by Rachel Joyce (2012)

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