Category: Historical Fiction

Is Multiple POV Dead?

Is Multiple POV Dead?

When I first started seriously shopping my novel manuscript in 2014, secular agents/publishers said It’s too Christian for us. We don’t want more than two points of view. Christian agents/publishers said It has too much sex and violence for us (none of it gratuitous, I assure you). We don’t want more than two points of …

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Enemy of God, by Bernard Cornwell. A Review.

Enemy of God, by Bernard Cornwell. A Review.

This is a book review for Bernard Cornwell’s Enemy of God: A Novel of Arthur. It is the second in a series called The Warlord Chronicles or sometimes the Arthur Books. Notice it does not say King Arthur. Cornwell has a different take on these legends and characters. I really enjoyed this book, and I …

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Book Review: The Pale Horseman, by Bernard Cornwell

Book Review: The Pale Horseman, by Bernard Cornwell

This was the August pick of my Goodreads Book Club. It is the second in Cornwell’s Saxon Tales (also called The Last Kingdom) series. I had some difficulty finding the right version. It looked like there might be different versions. When I looked for it on Audible, there was one version that was about 14 …

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Review: Arms of Nemesis, by Steven Saylor

Review: Arms of Nemesis, by Steven Saylor

This is a review I left on Amazon.com I read this as part of my online book club on Goodreads. I remember reading a collection of short stories around Gordianus the Finder and thinking it was pretty good. This, however, I really liked. I guess this means for me, the characters and stories work better …

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Cover Image Survey – 2nd & Final Round

Cover Image Survey – 2nd & Final Round

I’m calling the last cover survey. You can see the results by clicking here. Ran into a problem, though. The most popular were the ones with the empty helmet. One respondent pointed out that was a Greek helmet. My book is set in Rome, not Greece. So in this new survey, I’m asking to pick between …

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