A compilation of essays from the English Historical Fiction Authors blog, this book provides a wealth of historical information from Roman Britain to early twentieth century England. Over fifty different authors share hundreds of real life stories and tantalizing tidbits discovered while doing research for their own historical novels.
From Queen Boadicea’s revolt to Tudor ladies-in-waiting, from Regency dining and dress to Victorian crime and technology, immerse yourself in the lore of Great Britain. Read the history behind the fiction and discover the true tales surrounding England’s castles, customs, and kings.
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Sons of the Wolf is Paula's debut novel and the first in a series of books about the Norman conquest of England.
Paula's website: www.paulalofting.com
Marsha Harrington Lambert, a student studying for a History degree, is an avid reader of historical fiction and non-fiction, especially the Medieval era, an Anglophile, travel lover, and a passionate New York Yankee fan. Married to Jerry and mother of two children, Nicholas aged 24 and Ashley aged 19 and four cats. Originally from Seneca Falls, New York, she now lives in Georgia after having lived in many states, and also Germany and England.
Stuart S. Laing is the author of the historical mystery series The Robert Young of Newbiggin Mysteries set in 18th Century Scotland. Stuart was born in the ancient Pictish Kingdom of Fife on the East coast of Scotland when the world was still monochrome. Married to an understanding, although long suffering wife with one daughter and a slightly mad cat. An avid reader of any and all genres who in his spare time enjoys cycling, photography, music, delving into the dark history of Edinburgh and enjoying the occasional pint of real ale.
Stuart's Website: http://stuartslaing.wordpress.com/
Simon keeps a blog with regularly updates on his research and adventures in publishing: