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GUEST BLOG: P.S. “I wish it may please you.” by Mally Becker Plus Giveaway!

Did George Washington love his wife, Martha? It’s not a question that’s “top of mind” this cold, covid-filled February. But with Valentine’s Day and Washington’s Birthday just crossed off the calendar, I thought...

GUEST BLOG: Choosing Your New Best Friend OR The Genre In Between by Sharon Linnéa Plus Giveaway!

Choosing the next book you want to read is, in many ways, like choosing the people you’re in the mood to hang out with. In fact, the protagonist you choose will, for...

4 STAR REVIEW: DEATH IN TRANQUILITY by Sharon Linnéa

Bartender’s Guide to Murder: Book 1 September 29th, 2020 No one talks to the cops. Everyone talks to the bartender. And Avalon Nash is one hell of a bartender. Avalon is on the run from...

GUEST BLOG: Writing Strong Female Characters in Historical Fiction by Stacie Murphy Plus Giveaway!

Imagine this: you open a novel and find a main character who does exactly what she’s supposed to do at every turn. Our hypothetical heroine adheres to the conventions of her time,...

5 STAR REVIEW: A DEADLY FORTUNE by Stacie Murphy

Publication Date: January 5, 2021 A historical mystery in the vein of The Alienist, in which a young woman in Gilded Age New York must use a special talent to unravel a deadly...

3.5 STAR REVIEW: THE JADE TIGER by E.W. Cooper

NEW YORK, OCTOBER 1928. The Big Apple teems with the glitter of Bright Young Things, Prohibition, and scofflaws—the perfect place for Penelope Harris to start her life over. As a former opera singer...

HOLIDAY MEMORIES: There’s No Place Like New England For the Holidays by Paula Munier

Full disclosure: I am not a native New Englander. Technically I am from away. But I love New England with a ferocity that surprises me and amuses my family, who are scattered from...

Holiday Memories: Vignettes and Vinaigrettes by Carol G. Durst-Wertheim

In the quarantined isolation of 2020 holidays, I think back to the 1980s, the weeks from the middle of November until early January, when I was catering in New York City, based...
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