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Paula Poole Sep 13
The pile to be read is already so high, but this was another 'had to buy on the spot' acquisition. I'm sure you'll understand! Dark secrets await... love
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Douglas A. Burton Sep 13
So excited to share another with another . Just keep moving forward and all will fall into place. Happy Friday friends!
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Emma Lombard Author Sep 10
Hey You a author? Here are two FABULOUS resources to verify the origin and authenticity of historic language! GOOGLE BOOK NGRAM VIEWER ONLINE ETYMOLOGY DICTIONARY What's your fave resource?
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R.H. Boo-rry 👻 Sep 6
Can we collectively take a moment to praise writers? It is HARD to write.
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Rowena House 12h
, begun in July, still slowest of slow burn storytelling but it's happening: a new opening, upping jeopardy for the protagonist; sweet, strange Ch 2 & today a lovely evening, with a pint, dog & setting sun, planning my hero's entrance
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LighthousePublishing 10h
Remnants by Stan Poel The race to save their Jewish neighbors puts Jenny and Marten, now members of the Dutch Resistance, squarely in the crosshairs of the cunning and ruthless Gestapo. What price are they willing to pay to save others?
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Annie Whitehead Author Sep 7
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Cryssa Bazos Sep 8
A Scottish POW & an Irish woman struggle to survive while finding love in 17th century Barbados. Heartbreaking & heartwarming Amazon: Kobo, Nook, Google, iTunes:
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Andréa Sep 10
Enjoyed watching & understand historical details are altered for entertainment value but having the templars recite Henry VIII’s doxology of the Lord’s Prayer as they walk to their execution is off by c. 3 centuries.
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Laurel A Rockefeller 11h
Of the Musketeers in the Dumas novel, only Treville (Jean-Armand du Peyrer, Compte de Trois-ville [Tréville]) actually served during the 1620s when the regiment was first established. D'Artagnan et al began their service 1640 or later.
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Nancy Jarmin Author Sep 12
Early morning greetings from the front porch. These quiet hours are for coffee and composing a letter to a special literary agent.
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Leslie Farrell Sep 12
I love this quote ! I couldn't agree more. History has much to teach us and it is also a treasure trove of material for our stories. Thanks for posting.
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Amy Maroney Sep 7
The thrilling conclusion to the mesmerizing tale of two women separated by centuries, linked by a terrible secret. Preorder your copy today!
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Pam Lecky Sep 12
NO STONE UNTURNED London October 1886: A suspicious death, stolen gems and an unclaimed reward: who will be the victor in a deadly game of cat and mouse?
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Lance Morcan Sep 12
Historian Remy Benoit says, “FOUR HISTORICAL ADVENTURES will take you places you have never gone before!” ★★★★★ Four critically-acclaimed novels:
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Alethea Williams Sep 11
"The author plunges the reader into the fray immediately in the person of Katherine 'Kit Calhoun."
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AuthorMBTosi 2h
MB Tosi writes a beautiful reflection of life & love in Native America.
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HOTteasers.com 9h
Have you heard? Jayne Davis' fabulous book, The Mrs MacKinnons, is now available on via
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LittleAntonBook 16h
"The thing that most attracts me to is taking the factual record as far as it is known, using that as scaffolding, and then letting imagination build the structure that fills in those things we can never find out for sure." Geraldine Brooks
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Rob in the Peak 22h
Just reading this fantastic story about Harald Hardrada by the fabulous Justin Hill. Well worth a read if you like a good historical romp.
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