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!
LUCKY ROCKS by Murray Richter – Coming of Age, Children’s Action/Adventure, Children’s Historical Fiction
Get ready for laugh-out-loud fun and full-on adventure in this Middle-Grade award-winning book! Recommended!
Against a backdrop colored by 1970’s music and surfer culture, our hero returns to fight crime and solve the whodunit in a nail-biting pursuit of justice!
CASTLE of FIRE (Book 2 of The Adventures of Jonathan Moore series) by Peter Greene – Sea Adventures Fiction, War & Military Fiction, Children’s Action/Adventure
All aboard! Jonathan Moore is at it again in this action-packed, pirate-filled sea adventure for all ages. Highly Recommended.
Far beyond a typical cloak-and-dagger rendering, Clausen weaves a subtle, yet palpable essence of evil lurking in the shadows of this double-edged story.
Hot Marketing Tips are Shared in the 10 Question Author Interview with MICHELLE COX – Author Interviews, Marketing, Craft of Writing
Multi-Award-Winning Author, Michelle Cox, Spills the Beans and Shares her hard-earned marketing tips along with How & Why She Writes!
"Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it." Goethe "His lifetime, spanning some of the most monumental disruptions in modern history, is referred to as a single whole, the Goethezeit, or Age of Goethe." Adam Kirch