Tag Archives: historical fiction

Long Overdue Book Reviews: Changelings: The Rise of Kings by Katie Sullivan #Mondayblogs #bookreview

I continue with my backlog of book reviews, and I do hope that my tardy reviews might actually result in sales for the authors I’ve so long neglected. At least, then I won’t have to feel so guilty 😉  *** One of my favorite writers and favorite people is Katie Sullivan. When I first met […]
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One of my favorite novels: Town Father by Kevin Brennan.

I’ve been dipping into my indie catalog lately, featuring an excerpt from the books I’ve published since 2013. This week it’s Town Father‘s turn. This might well be the only historical fiction I ever write, unless you consider a novel set in the early 1970s to be historical fiction. Maybe so. But I had never […] […]
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Town Father is great book club material — and it’s on sale for 99 cents!

Dear Reader, do you belong to a book club? Well, here’s a sale for you and your fellow bookies (or book lovers, whatever): Kevin Brennan’s Town Father is on sale for 99 cents but only through Friday so HURRY! And check out Kevin’s post: he has questions that you can use to guide your book club’s […]
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Heads up, readers/writers!

What could be better for Valentine’s Day weekend than a novel by Kevin Brennan for only 99 cents! That’s his latest novel, Town Father! The sale starts Friday and lasts through the weekend.

“Town Father, Or, Where Graceful Girls Abound” is LIVE

Kevin Brennan’s latest novel, Town Father, is NOW available on Amazon! And the best part is, it is available in paperback with an gorgeous cover! Sigh, eye candy for readers 🙂 Don’t waste time. Go get yourself a copy. I’m on my way now 🙂

Town Father cover reveal and sneak peek

Check out this great cover and blurb for Kevin Brennan’s forthcoming new novel!

I Got Almost … #MondayBlogs #Procrastination

Nothing.  Yes, dear Reader, I got almost nothing for this post today.  I have been fairly productive of late, but not with writing or blogging.  Again, it’s the knitting. A friend noted that the buttons on the baby sweater I knitted for a baby-to-be might not be appropriate for a baby. Yes, they are cute […]
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A Different Kind of Journey: To Live Forever by Andra Watkins

I’ve had to think long and hard about how to write a review of Andra Watkins’ “historical fantasy” novel, To Live Forever:  An Afterlife Journey of Meriwether Lewis.  I put historical fantasy in quotes simply because, to me, it is such an odd juxtaposition.  History is supposed to be truth, fact-based; fantasy is its antithesis.  […]
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