Celebrating Fall with Historical Fiction | Karen Witemeyer

Celebrating Fall with Historical Fiction | Karen Witemeyer

One of my favorite moments as a writer is when I stop to research some historical possibility and come away with a fascinating discovery. That happened to me just last week. In my latest release, Heart on the Line, instead of my usual cowboy hero, I decided to go in a...
Celebrating Fall with Historical Fiction | Christine Johnson

Celebrating Fall with Historical Fiction | Christine Johnson

First of all, it’s a thrill and an honor to join fellow historical fiction authors this week on Suzanne Woods Fisher’s blog. I’m especially excited to chat with you, our readers. Since we’re discussing research breakthroughs this week, let me give you the inside scoop...
Celebrating Fall with Historical Fiction | Jane Kirkpatrick

Celebrating Fall with Historical Fiction | Jane Kirkpatrick

I write novels about historical women who might be considered ordinary but whom I think are extraordinary. Often, I can meet with descendants. I treasure their family stories that give me insight and direction for further research. Jennie Parrish’s story in All She...

Learning to Trust Your Instincts {Giveaway}

This week I blogged over at A Virtuous Woman. Trusting Your Instincts Years ago, when I was in college, I interned on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. The basement apartment where I lived was just a few blocks from work—an easy walk though it wasn’t a safe...

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