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Elizabeth St.John Jan 20
The women of the shadow court. Cousins. Friends. Foes. Survivors.
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Catherine A Hamilton Jan 23
, what is your favorite historical fiction novel by a woman? I am also looking to read more books by women, especially when it comes to historical fiction.
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Judith Arnopp 3h
Available for pre-order now! Paperback available NOW!
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Lindsay Townsend 22h
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Andromeva 8h
Time to get some art in here! Of course, I'm going to start with dear happy anger Morag. She's one of the protagonists for my novel-in-progress: Bloodmane!
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J.G. MacLeod Jan 23
Lady Ellen is a new mother in a land of intrigue & danger. describes Canada in 1846 in vivid detail. Even the famous make an appearance!
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Janet P. Reedman 16h
THE PRINCESS NUN. Mary is the daughter of the King Edward I & Eleanor of Castile. Mother doesn't want Mary to be a nun, dad does. He pays Mary a nice income-and all her gambling debts. A Medieval nun who likes fun!
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Jenny Hambly Jan 20
She is the daughter of an earl, he is the son of an earl; thus far they are equal. A world of pain and misfortune separates them. Can love span the gulf of circumstance and experience that yawns between them?
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Susanna Bavin Jan 22
What better start to the day than a - the large print copies of THE SEWING ROOM GIRL have arrived. Such a lovely cover. Thank you, .
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robert southworth 17h
Wrath of the Furies An absent emperor, a relentless killer and a secret that could tear Rome apart. Countdown Sale 99p / 99c Free on Kindle Unlimited Amazon link -
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Colleen L Donnelly 16h
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Nancy Bilyeau 9h
Sharing a photo of one of the places where I researched my novel DREAMLAND. This is the library of the Brooklyn Historical Society, a beautiful building that opened in 1881.
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Amy Maroney Jan 18
Ready to discover a forgotten world of history, romance, and intrigue?
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Beth Elliott Jan 21
At last I ceased tweaking my WIP - and submitted it. Fingers crossed...
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Carmen Baca, author Jan 22
So, I just submitted a frame story to the Chicago Tribune Nelson Algren Literary Contest. Now, the waiting game begins...
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Lindsey Fera Jan 20
Rejections got me low today, . Lie to me, tell me your sweet words: that you love
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Mary Anne Yarde Jan 23
author, Autumn Bardot, is taking a look at piracy in the South China Seas during the late 1700’s and early 1800’s. There is also a chance to check out Autumn’s fabulous book — Dragon Lady.
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Kathleen Harryman Jan 23
"The Promise is an outstanding, bittersweet tale that shows the dramatic impact of war on the people who live through it on the battlefield and home front." on    
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Mary Anne Yarde Jan 16
Today on The Coffee Pot Book Club… author, Heidi Gallacher, is sharing an excerpt of he fabulous book — Rebecca’s Choice.
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Alethea Williams 17h
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