Renee, besides being a huge Pittsburgh Steelers fan, loves romantic fiction. So when she thinks I’ve gotten the romance right, I’m absolutely delighted. She said recommends Prisoners in the Palace for anyone who ” likes historical fiction with a lot of drama and a little romance thrown in the mix.” Read the whole review here as well as my musings on the romance, or lack thereof in Victoria’s life.
Archives for January 2011
Gina at the Bucket List gives Prisoners in the Palace 5 stars. She’s also doing a giveaway — so stop by. Read more.
Beth is the author of Across the Universe (which debuted on the NYT Bestseller list — woohooo!) and a member of a group called the Bookanistas… She says “I highly recommend this book for any history fans out there–and anyone just interested in reading an awesome, gripping story.” read more.
Bri really is this enthusiastic. I recommend her site for her passionate reviews! (It doesn’t hurt that she liked Prisoners in the Palace either. She said: Prisoners in the Palace has everything a historical fiction fan could ask for: handsome young men, betrayal, the Queen, social commentary, a rogue, and well-crafted dialogue that draws you into the often surprising world of London and its royalty.” She also gave the designers a shout out on the cover and interior design…. Ditto from me! Read more.
I had the chance to post about how I find a way in to Victoria’s life. Come visit with me.
Visit the fine ladies at Damsels in Regress — a group of three friends writing about historical fiction. I was honored to be included. Read their review. There’s more to come… an interview with me and a book giveaway!
Thanks to Bookalicious — it was fun to visit. Read my guest post here.
So many people have asked me about The Young Victoria, I took this chance to write about the film on my guest post!
Here’s the review and guest post!
Check out my guest post at the Children and Teens Book Connection!