Set against the backdrop of the Black Plague, one woman of note risks everything to follow her calling and find her true love.
The SERPENT’S CROWN: A NOVEL of MEDIEVAL CYPRUS by Hana Samek Norton – Medieval Cyprus, Historical Fiction, Literature
Evocative and brilliant historical fiction shines a light on how the ordinary informs the extraordinary in Medieval Cyprus.
DAIR DEVIL: A GEORGIAN HISTORICAL ROMANCE (ROXTON FAMILY SAGA, BOOK 3) by Lucinda Brant – Georgian Historical Romance
The sweeping Roxton Family Saga continues with an unlikely love, a reckoning of honor, and plenty to prove. Historical Fiction with a heart and soul.
Not your ordinary Victorian debutante novel! With colorful foils and red herrings coming in every shape, size, sex, and demeanor imaginable, get ready for a thrilling ride.
The Writer’s Life: Author Interview with DIANA FORBES – Chatelaine 1st Place Winner, Historical Romance, The Guilded Age
The Writer's Life blog posts - written for writers by writers! This week's post features Diana Forbes, a historical fiction author of the debut novel "Mistress Suffragette."
MISTRESS SUFFRAGETTE by Diana Forbes – Victorian Historical Fiction, Suffragette Movement, Political
Engaging, stimulating, and action-packed, "Mistress Suffragette" examines the facts of life, the challenges of social restrictions, and the woes of youthful love through the eyes of a sharp-minded, sharp-shooting young woman.
The following titles and their authors have made it past the initial “Slush-Pile Rounds” and will compete in the next rounds to see which titles will be Short Listed for the 2017 GOETHE Book Awards.
OLYMPUS NIGHTS ON THE SQUARE, Book 2 of the JULIANA SERIES by Vanda Writer – LGBT Coming of Age, Post WWII New York City
One woman carves out her own destiny and expresses her own truth in this coming-of-age story set in post-World War II, New York City. Vanda utilizes facts and the legal record to reveal that we, as a society, have every ability to be inhumane, but we must never allow ourselves to crush the lights around us, because to do so leaves us all in a bitter darkness.
A young virtuoso pianist rises above the many musicians of her time, blazing a path of passion for music and love that is hers and hers alone in nineteenth-century Vienna.
Helena P. Schrader reminds us that each passing moment is also history. To understand the events reported on the front pages of today's newspapers, there's no greater teacher than the past. This novel is filled with lessons we'd be foolish to neglect.