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GUEST BLOG: How I Handled Research for the Book by Sverrir Sigurdsson

A memoirist is supposed to depend mostly on his memory.  For me, though, I wanted my memoir to reflect not just my life but also the heart and soul of my country. ...

BOOK BLAST: MAGNAR by Mary Morgan

Known as the Barbarian, Magnar MacAlpin is a fierce ruler for those under his command. As leader of the Wolves of Clan Sutherland, his loyalty and obedience lies with Scotland. However, the...

4 STAR REVIEW: MAGNAR by Mary Morgan

Known as the Barbarian, Magnar MacAlpin is a fierce ruler for those under his command. As leader of the Wolves of Clan Sutherland, his loyalty and obedience lies with Scotland. However, the...

3-STAR REVIEW: THE BRIEF AND TRUE REPORT OF TEMPERANCE FLOWERDEW by Denise Heinze

Release Date: September 29, 2020 Determined to set the historical record straight, and clear her conscience, Temperance Flowerdew — the wife of Virginia’s first two governors — puts quill to paper, recounting the...

BOOK BLAST: THE SECRETS OF GABLE HOUSE by Nancy Fraser

Noah Miller is shocked to learn that an unknown great uncle has named him heir to the family fortune, including the residence known as Gable House. Built by Noah’s fifth-back grandfather, the...

INTERVIEW: Richard Buxton Author of the Shire’s Union Series

Please join me in welcoming Award-winning author Richard Buxton today, and thanks so much for joining us!  In your book, The Copper Road—Beyond the Promise, the second book in your Shire’s Union series,...

GUEST BLOG: RESEARCHING AMERICAN HISTORY by Denise Heinze

One of my great pleasures as a professor of American literature was to conduct field research. You might know it better as sightseeing. In preparation for classes, I would visit the locales...

BOOK BLAST: THE BRIEF AND TRUE REPORT OF TEMPERANCE FLOWERDEW by Denise Heinze

Determined to set the historical record straight, and clear her conscience, Temperance Flowerdew — the wife of Virginia’s first two governors — puts quill to paper, recounting the hardships that nearly brought...
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