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9 Historical Novels Based on Historical Figures

It is so fun for me to take the spark of an idea and grow it into full-length book of mystery and intrigue, usually in a historical setting. I love to create historical novels based on historical figures. The spark for my historical fiction books often comes from something or someone in history that moves […]

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Women in Show Business – 5 Books to Read if You Loved City of Girls

  City of Girls is a novel about women in show business in the 1940’s. Elizabeth Gilbert’s novel illustrates how different women navigated their own lives and their own destinies; in their own unique ways. Gilbert delves into the unique life philosophies of each woman while maintaining themes of love and women’s empowerment. If you


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9 Historical Mystery Books You Don’t Want to Miss

  While modern day mystery novels are relatable and exciting to read, there is a greater extent of escapism to historical mystery books. Here are a few of my favorites: Girl with a Gun by Kari Bovee Annie Oakley joins Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show to become an American Icon. But when a string of


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The Authors Show Interview

WHAT IS “THE AUTHORS SHOW®”? The Authors Show is a professional interview podcast created in 2005 that offers participants multiple benefits that authors who are serious about marketing their work need to consider, especially inasmuch as these benefits have long lasting effects. The Authors Show broadcasts interviews on multiple “channels”, each featuring one individual author for

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1920s Historical Mystery Novels Starring Fierce Flappers

  If you’re into the 1920s, this roundup is for you! These ladies are the bees-knees! Grace in the Wings by Kari Bovée New York City, 1920s. Grace Michelle has everything she wants: a home, a family, and a future career as a costume designer for famed showman Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr.’s Ziegfeld Follies. Pretty good


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Review of the Week: 1/22/20

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Mary says: “Author Kari Bovee has fictionalized true characters in her lively mystery, Girl with a Gun. The story begins in St. Louis, Missouri, 1885. Fifteen year-old Annie Oakley is the sole supporter of her mother and two younger siblings. Annie is an excellent marksman and sells game to the local markets to make

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