Tag Archives: historical fiction

Clara Of The Clock ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

There were bells above the clock in the tower. A tiny room above that, with blue shutters that could close themselves to everything or open to the four corners of the world. A taller turret still above it, its naked … Continue reading

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Teaching without Telling ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

If only she could get there … The mist and tears obscured her view, but she trod on, insistent and desperate for the safety of the circle. It had saved her ancestors. It had become a thing of lore. But … Continue reading

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Q & A with D.G. Kaye, Featuring #HistoricalFiction author Paulette Mahurin

Reblogged from D. G. Kaye: Welcome to my Q & A today. I’m delighted to have one of my favorite historical fiction authors over here today, Paulette Mahurin. As many of you who read my Sunday Book Reviews know, historical … Continue reading

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April Book Reviews from D. Wallace Peach

Reblogged from Myths of the Mirror: A very eclectic selection this month: sci-fi, fantasy, poetry, romance, Danny the Dog, historical fiction, and parenting advice! I hope you enjoy browsing my 4 and 5-star reviews. There are some great reads here. … Continue reading

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Noelle Granger Reviews: A Desolate Hour by Mae Clair (@maeclair1) #paranormal mystery #historical fiction

Reblogged from Sayling Away: I am a huge fan of Mae Clair, having wandered happily through pretty much everything she’s written. Take a pinch of history, a curse or time-traveling threat, a touch of the supernatural and a whole lot … Continue reading

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Eyes of Time ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

“Learn to listen,” He-Who-Runs-With-Crooked-Legs told him as they sat to whittle spears and arrows out of saplings. The old man’s hands moved the sharp bone deftly over the yielding wood, smoothing any bumps that could confuse an arrow’s spirit and … Continue reading

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New Born ~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

He was born on a blustery night to a woman who huddled on the exposed slopes with naught but the protection of three wide backs to block the worst of the wind. The men crouched, arms linked and heads down, … Continue reading

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Home ~ Jane Dougherty #writephoto

Finished the rewrite. It’s in the lap of the gods now. Sue’s photo prompt is as apposite as ever. All has changed since Richard ordered the castle built on the promontory, but is that not always the way? Nothing except … Continue reading

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Embers Hot as Coals~ Na’ama Yehuda #writephoto

She could feel them. That’s why she came. Why she took every opportunity she could to escape the drudgery of sewing and hoeing and weeding and feeding and washing and threshing and mending and tending and all the multitudes of … Continue reading

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Indie Book Reviews: Part I ~ Diana Wallace Peach

Reblogged from Myths of the Mirror: The best thing about spending the last 2 months driving between Oregon and Washington, living out of a suitcase, and ignoring my bossy muse has been catching up on reading. Indie books were gifts … Continue reading

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