Oct 01

Building a 19th Century English Town by Polly McCrillis

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Please welcome Polly McCrillis to my blog. Polly writes historical romance under the pen name Isabel Mere. As  a medievalist, I have a special interest in the area of England’s south coast she’s talking about today. It’s just down the road from the historic town of Hastings.   Thank you for having me as your guest, Anna. While doing …

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Sep 24

My Love of Books by Janice Hullett


I‘ve been lucky enough to have some of my readers share with us why they love to read what they do. Janice Hullett is the third in the series. Welcome, Janice. Thanks for inviting me, Anna. My love of books started when I was in my late teens and the beginning of my twenties.  My …

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Sep 17

An Interview with Catherine Kean


It’s a delight for me to welcome bestselling author, Catherine Kean to my blog. I’ve had the good fortune recently to collaborate on two anthologies with Catherine, Magnificent Medieval Men and Magnificent Medieval Champions. Like me she’s a medievalist at heart. Great to be here, Anna. To celebrate,  I’ll be giving away a Kindle, Kobo, or Nook …

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Sep 10

My Love of Medieval Romance by Petula Winmill


I’m pleased to welcome another avid reader of medieval romance to my blog today. Petula is the kind of loyal reader authors prize. She also reviews books on Warrior Woman Winmill’s blog. Today she shares why she loves medieval romance and has also reviewed a book for us, Blood of the Red Rose by PJ Gray. …

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Sep 03

Oh, The Places You Will Go! by Audra Hall


I am pleased to welcome Audra Hall as my guest today. Audra isn’t an author, but she’s an avid reader of historical romance, and I asked her to share her thoughts about her preferred genre. She is a nurse who lives in Georgia. My name is Audra Hall and I love to read.  My favorite genre …

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Aug 27

19th Century Home Remedies by Gail MacMillan

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It’s a pleasure to welcome back fellow Canadian author, Gail MacMillan. “To cure asthma, eat field mice fried in butter.  If your throat is sore, wrap dirty socks around it.” Reading home remedies such as these used in New Brunswick in the early 1800’s  gave me the idea for “Heather for a Highlander.”  What about …

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