From today's vantage point, duels truly seem stupid. So why did they occur so often?
End of summer, in which I share some of my recent favourites, particularly in the realm of historical women's fiction.
I'm working on revising my new novel and am having trouble settling on a title. Thus, I need your help! Please take my poll to help me decide.
A review of Paris in Ruins and a Q&A with the author M.K. Tod, who also writes the A Writer of History blog.
A brief history of Carnival in Venice, almost 1000 years old.
Gift suggestions for a Covid holiday season. Merry Christmas, Happy Channukah, and stay safe!
My topic historical fiction recommendations.
Very exciting moment for me - I just finished the entire first (very rough) draft of my new novel!
Quarantining, a word with a rich and ancient history, is still relevant, and we would be wise to study the past to judiciously apply best practices and lessons to the present.
Historical fiction is a great way to learn about the past but with empathy, allowing the reader to enter into the interior lives of the characters, for them to feel alive. Thus here are my suggestions of books to read to learn about a crucial period of history, the Holocaust.