Recently, I became a reviewer for the Historical Novel Society. Here are my two most recent reviews (formulated according to the guidelines of the Historical Novel Society):
A Rip in the Veil by Anna Belfrage
Through Glass Eyes by Margaret Muir
Previous reviews included:
Martha’s Girls by Arlene Hughes
(the links take you to the Historical Novel Society website)
I find historical fiction fascinating, and so varied. I do have a preference for alternative history, or very vivid narratives where as a reader I really can forget myself and experience the period I’m reading about. I also find interesting that many equals historical fictions with romance. In my experience, not necessarily, and not only.
A longer absence than expected, my apologies.