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Guest Post from Roger Hudson: What Makes a Good Historical Mystery?

I’m pleased to welcome a guest today: Roger Hudson, author of Death Comes by Amphora, set in ancient Athens. You can read more about Roger at his website. Thanks for joining us, Roger! WHAT MAKES A GOOD HISTORICAL MYSTERY? Or what do I look for in a good read? I can only give my opinion. …

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A Guest Post, and Some Nifty Books

Having finished reading my page proofs, I’m returning to blogdom to let you know that I have a guest post up on Holly Tucker’s excellent Wonders and Marvels site. It’s about the wooden town Edward III built to house his troops during the long siege of Calais. Stop by–there’s plenty on that site to look …

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Guest Post by Jeri Westerson: Don’t Call ‘Em Dark Ages

I’m pleased to be part of Jeri Westerson’s 2009 fall blog tour for her new novel, Serpent in the Thorns, which will be released on September 29. As part of it, here’s a guest post from Jeri: Don’t Call ‘Em Dark Ages By Jeri Westerson Continuing my blog tour to promote my newest Crispin Guest …

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Guest Post (Literally): Jeri Westerson

My guest poster today is Jeri Westerson, author of Veil of Lies, a “medieval noir” novel that debuts next month. I’m looking forward to it. You may have visited her excellent blog, Getting Medieval. Welcome, Jeri! Crispin Guest—A Character Study VEIL OF LIES; A MEDIEVAL NOIR, is the first in a series. It is my …

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How to Become a Fictional Character… In Just Minutes a Day!

By Nan Hawthorne Monday I am a Seattle police detective who can turn into a lioness whenever she wants. Tuesday I am the son of the King of a Saxon kingdom in the late 8th century who is engaged to marry the daughter of a scientist currently drifting without rescue in the emptiness of space …

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