Monthly Archives: July 2018

Alternative Endings & Unanswered Questions: Guest Post by Sue Barnard

Originally posted on Vanessa Couchman:
A few months ago, Alison Morton was my guest, talking about alternate history. Today I’m very pleased to welcome back my friend, author Sue Barnard, who’s talking today about alternative endings to famous stories. Her…

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Uncovering History

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Today I’m delighted to welcome back fellow Crooked Cat author Nancy Jardine, who’s here to talk about new discoveries that are informing the research for her Celtic Fervour series of historical novels (which, incidentally,…

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Spotlight: Sue Barnard, Heathcliff

Originally posted on Jennifer C. Wilson:
Happy Sunday everyone! Today, I’m delighted to welcome back to the blog my lovely editor, Sue Barnard, to tell us about her upcoming release, out on Monday. I was lucky enough to read an…

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Board Games

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Here’s a little story I wrote at Meltham Writers a while back.  Why it may sometimes be an advantage to be boring …. ? “Ladies and Gentlemen, allow me to present the report on…

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It’s Called Redneck’s Revenge

NOTE: This post first appeared on my website joanclivingston.net — Joan Livingston Redneck’s Revenge is the name of the second book in the Isabel Long mystery series. And guess what? It’s ready to pre-order for those who prefer to read on … Continue reading

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