Tag Archive: historical fiction

Mar 21

Highland Betrayal

I’m pleased to announce that Highland Betrayal is now available for pre-order at 99 cents. This bargain price will only be available until release day. The impetus for this tale came from the true story of the rescue of Scotland’s Crown Jewels from Oliver Cromwell’s clutches. After the execution of King Charles I, Cromwell destroyed the English …

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Sep 23

“They Seek Him Here, They Seek Him There…”

  September 23rd marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of Baroness Emma Orczy. You may not know her name, but you’ve probably heard of the most famous thing she wrote. The Scarlet Pimpernel is a play and adventure novel set during the Reign of Terror following the start of the French Revolution. The title …

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Sep 16

American Historical meets Modern Issues in Surprise Setting by Pamela Nowak

I’m pleased to welcome Pamela Nowak to Travel Back in Time today. First, I want to thank Anna for having me as a guest today. I’m delighted to be here and love sharing with different audiences. Escaping Yesterday is a new venture for me…one that doesn’t fit neatly into typical sub-genres, plots, or settings. I typically …

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Jul 29

Turn of the Century Life by Dorothy Callahan

I’m pleased to welcome Dorothy Callahan as my guest. Hi, Anna, and thank you for having me here! I’m excited to share a bit about my time travel re-release, LOVING OUT OF TIME: Extended Version, and my characters Cody and Anya. Chances are—if you’re reading this—you’ve survived Y2K. You remember the last century. Honesty, our …

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Jun 10

What Draws Us To History by Lizzi Tremayne

Please welcome Lizzi Tremayne from New Zealand. Thanks for inviting me, Anna. Is it the romance of a different time from our own that draws us to history? Is it what history can show us about ourselves? How we’re different from or similar to others in the past? Does it show us links to the …

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May 13

Vikings in Northumbria by Michelle Styles

My guest today is Michelle Styles who writes warm, witty and intimate historical romance in a wide range of time periods for Harlequin Historical. Thank you Anna for having me. I am absolutely delighted to be here today to talk about one of my favourite subjects — Vikings and the Kingdom of Northumbria. A number …

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