June 28, 2013

Promoting Historical Fiction Bloggers: My Interview with 'The Examiner'

Last week I had the pleasure of being interviewed by 'The Examiner,' who has launched a campaign to spread the word on historical fiction blogs. I was so excited to get to talk with them, and really enjoyed some of the interesting questions they asked!

Here's an excerpt of the interview:
What are your favorite historical fiction novels?I love reading about the Tudors and the Wars of the Roses particularly. One of my favorites is "Mademoiselle Boleyn" by Robin Maxwell. It is a fresh take on Anne Boleyn by focusing on her early life in France before she meets Henry VIII. Another would be "A Secret Alchemy" by Emma Darwin, which switches back and forth between Elizabeth Woodville and a modern girl uncovering her story. 
Who are some historical fiction authors you have interviewed or worked with?I've had the pleasure of working with quite a few authors and publishing companies who've provided giveaways for my readers as well as interviews. Recently I worked on a big giveaway with author Sandra Byrd. She has a trilogy of novels focusing on ladies-in-waiting at the Tudor court. Currently I'm working on an interview with C.W. Gortner to coincide with the release of his latest novel. I've also had the pleasure of talking with author Alison Weir, which was very exciting!
You can read the rest of the interview here!

Also, be sure to read some of the other blogger interviews. There are some really great Historical Fiction blogs out there!

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