Firstly, let me just say it takes guts and a lot of hard work to write Historical Fiction. I have a lot of respect for all writers, but a ton more for Historical Fiction writers. Recreating a world setting that is not only accurate but still entertaining is no small feat. Thank you to Author … Continue reading The Ship’s Carpenter
My friend and I had an enlightening conversation on Historical Fiction and the significance of telling stories. My conclusion was that just because the significant event was horrible does not mean there was no room for beauty, love and self discovery. In my opinion, the hope that exists in those dark moments through love and beauty, often help us survive these horrible events, and inspire us to do better, to live better and to love better.
There is something completely magical about Historical Fantasy Fiction. And this cover, as beautiful as it is, did not do this book justice. So excuse me while I pack my bags to get whisked away to 1789, Paris in a hot air balloon. (Completely ignoring my fear of heights.)
America 1880, the verge of scientific magic setting the scene for the explosive finale of this murder mystery series. Following the bloody trail of America's "first" serial killer, join Audrey Rose and Thomas for a journey they won't soon forget.This last installment will have you grabbing your tissues and jumping for joy. But don't forget … Continue reading Capturing the Devil
From the Point of View for Thomas Cresswell, I fell completely in love with all the characters all over again. This feel good read will give you all the answers to your lingering questions. And a little preview of what lies ahead for the lovely couple.
In the show of all shows, it is crucial to not get swept up in the magic in mystery. Especially with a murderer on board. Can you find him before he finds you?
Take a haunted castle, add a serial killer, a dash of romance, an epic train mystery and you will find yourself packing your bags to help hunt Prince Dracula.
All aboard...get whisked away to the year.1880. You are called to bear witness to terrifying acts that will have you jumping at shadows, in an attempt to find the true identity of Jack the Ripper as he terrorized London, murdering women. Are you up for a little murder mystery?
“The History Books say I died. They don’t know the half of it.” These words can be found on the inside cover of the book sleeve. Powerful words. Powerful story. To say that this book changed me is an understatement. As a little girl, I adored the Disney film, Anastasia. Till this day I find myself humming the soundtrack. The story of the orphan girl surviving the revolution that killed her family touched me to my deepest core