Tag Archives: historical fiction

The Fisherman’s Bride

Today I’d like to welcome Catherine Magia to Ascroft, eh? She’s here to tell us a bit about her novel The Fisherman’s Bride. Welcome Catherine. Let’s get started, shall we? Tell us about your novel. CM: My novel tells the … Continue reading

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Sociable Saturday: Blog Visiting

Yesterday I spent a very sociable Saturday visiting two of my fellow historical fiction writers’ blogs. I haven’t done that in a while and it was fun. I visited The Review to chat with Diana Milne about my series, The … Continue reading

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The Varangian by Bruce Macbain

Today I’ve invited Bruce Macbain to visit Ascroft, eh? to tell us a little about his historical novel, The Varangian. Welcome Bruce. Let’s get started, shall we? Tell us about your novel. BMB: The Varangian is the final volume of … Continue reading

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Olivia Andem’s Ashes of Waterloo

Author Olivia Andem is visiting me today as part of her blog tour for her historical novel, Ashes of Waterloo. Here’s some information she’s given me about the novel: SWEPT INTO THE TURMOIL OF NAPOLEON’S LAST BATTLE: A country girl … Continue reading

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Meet Mike Lord and Sinagiri

I would like to welcome author Mike Lord to Ascroft, eh?, as part of his Vintage Voices blog tour, to tell us a little about his historical novel, Sinagiri. Mike, please tell us a little about the book: “It’s set … Continue reading

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Meet Michele McGrath’s Regency Belles and Beaux

Today I’m featuring Michele McGrath and her Regency boxset, Regency Belles & Beaux, as part of a short blog tour she is on. I’ve asked Michele to tell us a little about the collection: This box set contains my three … Continue reading

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Fran Connor’s Honourable Lies

Today I’m featuring Honourable Lies, an historical romance/thriller, by Fran Connor on Ascroft, eh? About Honourable Lies: The novel is a passionate, thought-provoking tale of love and revenge set in Victorian England. Follow the progress of a poor, orphan girl … Continue reading

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Discovering Derrynane

Today I’ve invited Kevin O’Connell to Ascroft, eh? talk about his historical novel, Beyond Derrynane. Welcome Kevin. Let’s get started, shall we? Tell us about your novel. KC: Beyond Derrynane: A Novel of Eighteenth Century Europe is the first of … Continue reading

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Sedahlia by Cynthia D. Toliver

Today I’m welcoming Cynthia D. Toliver to Ascroft, eh? with her novel, Sedahlia, as she introduces the book to readers. Blog Tour ~ SEDAHLIA #HistFic #BGSHF @ctoliver58 SEDAHLIA by Cynthia D Toliver After fleeing post-Civil War Georgia, John Masters, Sr., his … Continue reading

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A Minor Deception

Today I’d like to welcome Nupur Tustin to Ascroft, eh? She’s visiting me today to chat about her novel, A Minor Deception. Welcome, Nupur. Let’s get started, shall we? Tell us about your novel. NT: In some respects, A Minor … Continue reading

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