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Mistress of the Art of Death, by Ariana Franklin

It’s 1171, Cambridge, England. Children are disappearing, and the townsfolk blame the Jews. To prevent a wholesale slaughter, the sheriff has moved every Jew in the area to his castle for their protection. 376 more words

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The Accidental Empress - Book Review

The Accidental Empress


Allison Pataki


New York Times bestselling author Allison Pataki follows up on her critically-acclaimed debut novel, The Traitor’s Wife, with the little-known and tumultuous love story of “Sisi,” the Austro-Hungarian Empress and captivating wife of Emperor Franz Joseph. 1,469 more words

Historical Fiction


The whispering trickle of the creek

became the heartbeat of my soul

the moment I came upon it

feeling its centuries of life

This place I know from long ago… 109 more words



Author and fellow B7 Sista Marissa Campbell is throwing a Countdown Cover Party on Facebook this Sunday, March 8 from 12 noon to 8 p.m. EST to celebrate the September 8 launch of her first historical novel AVELYNN through St. 350 more words

Wedding Wednesday--The Big-Girl Dress

Many women have defining moments mirroring important milestones in their culture or values. These milestones could be graduation, a new job, breaking up with a significant other, becoming pregnant, and the like. 1,334 more words


The Fiction Hotlist for March 4

What’s in the new fiction this week? Don’t miss well established authors like James Patterson and Jeffery Archer but do take a look at the full list for your favourites, we recommend – 276 more words


Famous bridges around the world

From ancient times to modern-day almost all inventions are for connecting parts of the world. Whether it is the wheel or the Internet all have made connectivity better. 231 more words