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Month: January 2018

Spotlight on travelogue writer Richard Clark

Spotlight on travelogue writer Richard Clark

I am happy to introduce you to Richard Clark, an English journalist and writer specializing in travelogues about Greece. As Richard says, writing travelogues is “less stressful than interviewing actors, celebrities, sportspeople and politicians.” And it provides him with a great excuse to take more research trips to Greece! I can imagine, though those interviews also sounds pretty interesting. I hope you enjoy learning about Richard, Greece, and his books, as I did.   Spotlight On Richard Clark I am an English…

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Lover’s Portrait wins a Chill with a Book Readers’ Award!

Lover’s Portrait wins a Chill with a Book Readers’ Award!

I am thrilled to announce The Lover’s Portrait won a Chill with a Book Readers’ Award last week! The Lover’s Portrait was read and evaluated by Chill’s readers against the following… Were the characters strong and engaging? Was the book well written? Did the story / plot have you turning the page to find out what happened next? Was the ending satisfying? Would you recommend to someone who reads this kind of story? And the verdict was: “Well written and well researched….

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Asmat Bis Poles, Rituals of the Dead, and an Interview with Arjan van Heemsvliet

Asmat Bis Poles, Rituals of the Dead, and an Interview with Arjan van Heemsvliet

I am pleased to share a new interview and article with you! Jennifer S. Alderson Interviews Arjan Van Heemsvliet from The Lover’s Portrait: An Art Mystery The art dealer in The Lover’s Portrait, Arjan van Heemsvliet was an unwilling guest on the History Imagined website this week. You can read more about his upbringing and daily life during the Second World War, here. “It is an honor to interview preeminent art dealer Arjan van Heemsvliet today. Since the publication of The…

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Spotlight on historical fiction and mystery author Victoria Blake

Spotlight on historical fiction and mystery author Victoria Blake

It is a special treat for me to kick off the 2018 edition of ‘Spotlight on…’ by featuring Victoria Blake, an author I greatly admire. Her historical fiction novel Titian’s Boatman was my favorite read of 2017. (Many thanks to TripFiction for asking me to review it!) I also enjoyed her crime fiction mystery Jumping the Cracks, and look forward to reading the rest of the Sam Falconer series. She is the author of eight books spanning the mystery, historical fiction…

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Spotlight On…

Spotlight On…

It is an honor to welcome so many talented authors and bloggers to my website! Click here to see the complete list of ‘Spotlight On…’ interviews and articles I have featured on my blog. Here are a few highlights: Spotlight On Crime Fiction Author Anja de Jager Spotlight on historical mystery author Harriet Steel Spotlight On Historical Fiction Author Imogen Matthews Spotlight on historical fiction and mystery author Victoria Blake Spotlight on mystery author Kait Carson Spotlight on biographer Joanna…

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