We are pleased to announce these post-1750s historical fiction novels and their authors whose works have moved forward from the slush pile to the Longlist. Good luck to all as your works compete for Shortlist positions.
Are there any "do-overs" in life? One man attempts to stop a murder long after it happens! An intriguing, cross-genre mystery that will have readers guessing to the end.
GUILLAUME (The Triptych Chronicle, Book Two) by Prue Batten – Biographical Fiction, Medieval France Geopolitics, Literary
Welcome to life after the Third Crusades, where who you know and what you do is more deadly than ever. Highly recommended!
CHAINING PIRACY: How to Save Your Damsel in Distress – Part 3 by Susan Faw – BlockChain, Book Piracy, Publishing
Fighting digital piracy with digital firepower is discussed in this third article in the Ebook Piracy series by award-winning author Susan Faw (who has experienced it first hand.)
UNSIGHTLY BULGES (A Trailer Park Princess Cozy Mystery, Book 2) by Kim Hunt Harris – Cozy Mystery, Animal Cozy, Female Sleuth
A sparkling Cozy Mystery that tackles the Church and LGBT – and will have you in stitches as our hero tries to figure out who-dun-it! Highly recommended.
The APOTHEOSIS by Darrell Lee – Genetic Engineering, Science Fiction Thriller, Science-Fiction Adventure
A full-on mad scientist and his nefarious plot to take over the world. A wham-bam, sci-fi that will surely find its audience.
Calamity Jane, Judge Esther Morris - the first elected Justice of the Peace in the USA, Wild Bill Hickok, Louisa Swain, the first woman to cast a vote in the USA, and other Laramie and Wyoming notables featured in the Laramie Book Awards Spotlight.
Whose works have moved forward to the 2019 M&M Long List? Find out here! These entries are now in competition for the M&M Shortlist.