Dr. Donna L. Clovis has an earned doctorate from Teacher's College, Columbia University in Arts and Humanities. Dr. Clovis has also won two journalism fellowships: the McCloy Fellowship from ... Read full author bio >
"The writing throughout is strong, with frequent use of simile."
Keith Henderson has published three novels, a prize-winning book of short stories, and a collection of political essays called Staying Canadian.. He lead a provincial political party in Quebec during ... Read full author bio >
"'The book works most impressively as the painstaking reconstruction of a time that feels alien to our own: a time when seemingly every man on the street had a perspective, a pistol and a pun at the ready, when history was not so set in stone that a motivated man might not affect it.' — Kirkus Reviews"
William Peak’s debut novel, The Oblate’s Confession, returns us to that lost and mysterious time sometimes called “The Dark Ages.” It is based on extensive research into early ... Read full author bio >
"A vividly realized story of one boy’s attempt to live a life of faith in a time of war."
Paul Mark Tag graduated with degrees in meteorology from Pennsylvania State University and worked for the Naval Research Laboratory as a research scientist for over thirty years before retiring to ... Read full author bio >
"A poignant romance anchored by a rich cast of characters and detailed setting, which will likely appeal to fans of historical fiction."
Myra Hargrave McIlvain tells stories, mostly tales about Texas and its unique history. She’s written a family humor column, Texas historical markers, and five books about Texas that were ... Read full author bio >
"A wonderful slice of history that animates mid-19th century Texas."
JOYCE LUCK is a community college professor of English with degrees from Randolph-Macon College, the Pennsylvania State University, and San Francisco State University (fiction writing). She has published numerous articles ... Read full author bio >
"An ideal example of how fiction can be used to present and explore alternative concepts in history and religion."
An American by birth, Rosalind Burgundy writes Historical Fiction in the twenty-first century of an ancient culture that existed 2600 years ago. Her enchantment with the amazing Etruscan culture began ... Read full author bio >
"Pacing is brisk in this insightful narrative weighty with historical detail...an impressive arc that works on multiple levels...that allows for comparison of Etruscan ways with those of other cultures, including Rome and Egypt...a survival tale of lost heritage, homelessness and empowerment."
Linda Collison's short fiction, creative nonfiction and articles have been published by a variety of magazines and she has received awards from Honolulu Magazine, Southwest Writers Workshop, the former ... Read full author bio >
"A witty YA voyage with plenty of narrative power"
C. Scoushe Rosa is a retired New York City teacher who has always had an interest in storytelling that started from listening to her relatives' entertaining Puerto Rican folktales or ... Read full author bio >
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