Julie Bell writes historical fiction and non-fiction based in Colorado. Her historical mystery series Denver City Justice is set in Denver in 1864 respectively.
This week Mark Tedesco is sharing his new book, The Dog on the Acropolis with me. His book is a story of the adventures of a dog living on the Acropolis who forms transforming relationships with humans.
I’d like to introduce Melina Druga, author of Angel of Mercy, an historical fiction novel set during the first world war. Melina is a freelance journalist, nonfiction author (with an historical fiction novel in progress) and history enthusiast. Her focus is on the period 1890-1920 with a particular interest in WW1 and how the war changed the lives of ordinary people.
This week I’d like to introduce Harold Boardman, author of A Pawn of Destiny, Set in the days of the Roman Empire, the story follows Darquin, whose father had been trained by Sparticus and joined the legendary rebellion led by him. Darquin is banished from his home and his resultant journey leads him through adventure, battle and love.
Hi Everyone and this week it’s the turn of Terry Coffey to sit in the Thursday Throng hot seat. His debut novel, *Valley of the Kings: The 18th Dynasty*, was not only selected for publication by Kindle Scout, but also won the 2016 Pacific Book Award for best historical fiction.
Hello everyone and this week I’d like us to welcome Diana Strenka to the Thursday Throng. Diana is the author Blackbeard’s Daughter, an historical fiction novel about the daughter of Edward Teach, more commonly known as the pirate Blackbeard. Margaret tells of her father, his love of the sea and the troubled life he led.