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Creating Flawed Heroines, Guest Post by Julie K. Rose

If you have read Julie K.Rose’s book Dido’s Crown you’ll see she is a master at creating a flawed heroine that we can all love. So naturally, when I asked her to do a guest post for me I wanted it to be on this topic. *** Why do we write? Why do we read? Well,… Continue reading Creating Flawed Heroines, Guest Post by Julie K. Rose

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Reading Multiple Perspectives; What works?

As you have seen in my review of Monsoon Summer, the perspective changes killed my enjoyment of the book. After reading the story I even did an Instagram question of the day asking what other people thought about perspective changes. A Sense of Order: This is the big one for a lot of people. A friend… Continue reading Reading Multiple Perspectives; What works?

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The Cancellation of Good Girls Revolt and The Diversity Crater It Left

As you may have guessed from reading this blog, I love historical fiction. So when Amazon Streaming released the new series Good Girls Revolt I watched episode one then quickly moved on to episode two and before I know it, it was two days later and I was lamenting the end of season one. Based… Continue reading The Cancellation of Good Girls Revolt and The Diversity Crater It Left

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And Now Back to Your Regularly Scheduled Program…

So as many of you know, I participated in Nanowrimo. The yearly tradition of writing a novel during the month of November. For the second year in a row I’ve won. So what did I write about? Well, it’s the story about an Italian family in Monterey who get caught up in the internment camp… Continue reading And Now Back to Your Regularly Scheduled Program…

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The Nanowrimo Peptalk we all need By Eddie Louise Clark

Writing is a joy, writing is a slog. Writing is a challenge, writing is an escape. Nowhere are the contrasts of our chosen method of creativity more obvious than in the hectic days of November – The National Novel Writing Month. Every year, all around the world, nearly a quarter of a million people dedicate… Continue reading The Nanowrimo Peptalk we all need By Eddie Louise Clark

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Behind Creating Herstory’s Curtain

The most important thing about being a book blogger is getting books. If I actually purchased all of my books I would be broke. So, where do I get my books? If you have notice, I do a lot of book tours through Historical Fiction Book Tours. Amy Bruno does a wonderful job or organizing… Continue reading Behind Creating Herstory’s Curtain