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Interview with Best-Selling Author Lynn Cullen

I have the great pleasure of welcoming back Lynn Cullen to Layered Pages to talk with me about her current novel. Lynn’s recent novel, Mrs. Poe… 1,516 more words

Historcial Fiction

Batch Reviews: On Their Own Terms

For a while there it felt like I was reading some pretty decent books but I didn’t post anything about them.

Which begs the question: if a book blogger doesn’t blog about a book s/he read, did s/he even read it? 964 more words

Review: Mrs. Poe by Lynn Cullen

Back in 2014 I had the pleasure of interviewing Lynn Cullen and reviewing her book Mrs. Poe for a book tour. I thought I would re-visit my review and wonderful interview with her and share with you all. 541 more words

Historcial Fiction

Dear Mr. Washington

Written by Lynn Cullen, Illustrated by Nancy Carpenter Dial Books for Young Readers, 2015

1st April, 1796

Dear Mr. Washington,

I am Sorry for what happened to your hair Ribbon when you came to our house for Father to paint your Picture.

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Review: Twain's End by Lynn Cullen

Genre: Historical Fiction, Romance

Publisher: Gallery Books

With earlier works treating Edgar Allen Poe and Rembrandt Cullen is trying to carve out a niche wherein she portrays famous men through the women who knew them best. 293 more words


Lynn Cullen Discusses Twain's End: The Man Behind the Mask, Part II

On October 13th, Lynn Cullen launched her ambitious new novel, Twain’s End. It examines the complicated last years of the most popular man in America–Mark Twain–and the even more complex life of Samuel Clemens, the flesh and blood man behind that pseudonymous mask. 1,468 more words

Author Interviews

Lynn Cullen's Twain's End

Who knew Mark Twain was such an ass?  According to Lynn Cullen’s Twain’s End he was a nasty, bitter old man, and now my perfect little Twain bubble has been burst.  714 more words