I'm so thrilled to have this guest post for you today. Julia Bryan Thomas, the author of For Those Who Are Lost and the upcoming release The Radcliffe Ladies' Reading Club, shares thoughts on the significiance of historical fiction and how the past mirrors the present. It's a fascinating piece by a prolific historical fiction … Continue reading Guest Post: The Significance Of Historical Fiction by Julia Bryan Thomas
Category: Historical Fiction
Can’t Wait Wednesday: The Radcliffe Ladies’ Reading Club by Julia Bryan Thomas
Can’t-Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme to spotlight a future release that you’re excited about. It’s hosted by Wishful Endings and was previously hosted by Breaking the Spine. This week’s anticipated book is: The Radcliffe Ladies' Reading Club This sounds like a really powerful read, and I'm eager to check it out. It takes place in the 1950s, has a cast … Continue reading Can’t Wait Wednesday: The Radcliffe Ladies’ Reading Club by Julia Bryan Thomas
Blog Tour Book Review: The Benevolent Society of Ill-Mannered Ladies by Alison Goodman
About the Book: Author: Alison Goodman Page Length: 464 Publication Date: May 30, 2023 Publisher: Berkley Books Synopsis: Lady Augusta Colebrook, “Gus,” is determinedly unmarried, bored by society life, and tired of being dismissed at the age of forty-two. She and her twin sister, Julia, who is grieving her dead betrothed, need a distraction. One soon presents itself: to … Continue reading Blog Tour Book Review: The Benevolent Society of Ill-Mannered Ladies by Alison Goodman
Book Review: Murder in Postscript by Mary Winters
About the Book: Title: Murder in Postscript Author: Mary Winters Page Length: 320 Publication Date: March 28, 2023 Publisher: Berkley Books Synopsis: When one of her readers asks for advice following a suspected murder, Victorian countess Amelia Amesbury, who secretly pens the popular Lady Agony column, has no choice but to investigate in this first … Continue reading Book Review: Murder in Postscript by Mary Winters
Happy Book Birthday to A Sinister Revenge by Deanna Raybourn!
Happy Tuesday and a very happy book birthday to A Sinister Revenge by Deanna Raybourn! This is the eighth book in the Veronica Speedwell series, and it sounds great! The Veronica Speedwell novels are told from the point-of-view of lepidopterist, or butterfly enthusiast, Veronica, a young aristocratic woman living in 1880s England. She is "constantly … Continue reading Happy Book Birthday to A Sinister Revenge by Deanna Raybourn!
Book Review: Strange Arithmetic by Kerrin Willis
About the Book: Title: Strange Arithmetic Author: Kerrin Willis Page Length: 315 Publication Date: March 21, 2023 Synopsis: Massachusetts, 1944. When Maggie O’Callaghan takes a job at Camp Myles Standish, the last thing on her mind is falling in love. She’s there to help the war effort so that heroes like Charlie Morris, the young … Continue reading Book Review: Strange Arithmetic by Kerrin Willis
Top Ten Tuesday Valentine’s Freebie: Swoon-Worthy Historical Romances
Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. Today was a Valentine's Day freebie, so I decided to spotlight some … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday Valentine’s Freebie: Swoon-Worthy Historical Romances
Author Spotlight: An Interview with Marianne Ratcliffe
Happy Sunday! I hope you're having a great weekend. Today, I'm thrilled to share my recent interview with author Marianne Ratcliffe. Marianne's book THE SECRETS OF MATTERDALE HALL releases on Tuesday, and it sounds like a fantastic read!! I had such a great time chatting with and interviewing Marianne and learning more about her road … Continue reading Author Spotlight: An Interview with Marianne Ratcliffe