Guest post/Interview, Women in History

Panning for Gold: How Women in History Inspired a Mystery Series

(by guest author Jolie Tunnell) The Great Loveda Brown is the result of panning for gold. I’m as driven to look for the gold nuggets of history as any 49er who rushed California, and sometimes just as ornery. My maternal grandmother was the first person to hint that there was more to my family tree… Continue reading Panning for Gold: How Women in History Inspired a Mystery Series

Guest post/Interview

Writing Historical Female Characters by Jill G. Hall

Guest post by author Jill G. Hall I’m the author of a dual timeline series about women searching for their place in the world connected by vintage finds. All three novels feature present day artist Anne McFarland and a counterpart female character from the past. I’ve been drawn to time periods undergoing social change for… Continue reading Writing Historical Female Characters by Jill G. Hall

About Reading & Writing, Guest post/Interview

The Challenges of Writing Historical Novels

F.M. Deemyad Guest Author F.M. Deemyad's debut novel, The Sky Worhipers, will be released on March 2, 2021 Covering the trials and tribulations of the people who lived decades or centuries before our time is both challenging and rewarding. Indeed in history, there are lessons for future generations, and that is the underlying reason why… Continue reading The Challenges of Writing Historical Novels

Guest post/Interview

Finding Strength in the Ashes

Finding Strength in the Ashes by Mary Helen Sheriff Confession: I cried when I watched the Wonder Woman movie that came out a few years ago. The little girl still inside me, the one who ran around in Wonder Woman Underoos for much of her childhood, finally got her superhero movie and it was AMAZING.… Continue reading Finding Strength in the Ashes