Tag Archives: Alternative History

Writers Turn to Crime?

I am very pleased to welcome two writer friends and collaborators to the blog today: Alison Morton and Helen Hollick, both of whom I met for the first time at the 2012 Historical Novel Society Conference in London. Crikey, what … Continue reading

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Book Reviews: Alison Morton’s Roma Nova

When Alison Morton asked me to take a look at her new book, Insurrectio, a few months ago, my first reaction was guilt because I’d been meaning to read her previous four books for ages. Like the rest of us, … Continue reading

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Historical Fiction Cover of the Week

This week, my chosen cover is one of a series – nothing unusual about that. Series covers are usually connected in some obvious way: perhaps they reflect the same theme, or use a common colour palette, or make use of … Continue reading

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