Tag Archives: Historical Fiction

Review: The Widow Queen by Elzbieta Cherezinska

If you are a fan of epic historical fantasy, then The Widow Queen, written by Elżbieta Cherezińska, is a novel that will be worth your time. However, I do want to take a minute to thank Maya Zakrzewska-Pim for translating this novel. Without that, I never would have been able to read it! Continue reading

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Review: The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner

The Lost Apothecary is one of those novels that I have heard SO much about lately; it was impossible to resist the temptation to put down everything I was doing and just read. Continue reading

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Review: The Show Girl by Nicola Harrison

The Show Girl, written by Nicola Harrison, is a delightful blend of genres. It is one part historical fiction, one part romance, and one part chick lit. Continue reading

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Review: A Woman of Intelligence by Karin Tanabe

Karin Tanabe is back with her latest novel, A Woman of Intelligence. It’s a blend of historical fiction and chick lit, which admittedly are two genres that I don’t read enough. So here I am! Continue reading

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Review: The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah

Kristin Hannah is back, and that means it’s time to get ready for all of the feels. But seriously, The Four Winds is yet another highly anticipated novel, even if I knew going into it that it was going to make me cry. Continue reading

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Review: The Gillespie County Fair by Marc Hess

The Gillespie County Fair is the latest novel by Marc Hess, and it’s a totally unique read. Set in Texas, and revolving around the oldest fair, this novel is rich with culture and character development. Continue reading

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Review: Throne of Five Winds by S.C. Emmett

Throne of Five Winds is the first novel in the Hostage of Empire series by S.C. Emmett. It’s one of the most complex fantasy novels to come out this year, one full of characters, motives, and politics. It’s been favorably compared to George R.R. Martin’s writing, and with good reason. Continue reading

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Blog Tour: Courting Mr. Lincoln by Louis Bayard

Courting Mr. Lincoln is a historical fiction novel that tells the story of Abraham Lincoln – but with a twist. This novel takes a deeper look at the people so pivotal in Lincoln’s life; Mary Todd and Joshua Speed. Continue reading

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Review: The Sword and the Dagger by Robert Cochran

The Sword and the Dagger is the debut novel by Robert Cochran. The description sounds a bit like the beginning of a joke, a princess, a knight, and an assassin. But in all seriousness, this is a fascinating novel. Continue reading

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Review & Blog Tour: In the Neighborhood of True by Susan Kaplan Carlton

       In the Neighborhood of True is the story of a young woman trying to find herself while also figuring out the values that mean the most to her in life. It’s an absolutely beautiful tale, and for a multitude of reasons. Continue reading

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