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The Holiday Historical Fiction Blowout!

I am very excited about this blog post as it’s all about historical fiction and just in time for Christmas. It’s not often I get to participate alongside notable and talented indie/traditional writers in the same genre. Yet like fingerprints, the stories told are unique and as varied as the many flavours of tea. There’s…

Results from poll

I must admit to being surprised and at the same time pleased by the results of my poll on Where entertainment and historical fact mix. There was a good range of votes and definite responses to the questions. Given the comments on earlier posts: The (uneasy?) marriage between fact and fiction and Entertainment over historical accuracy, I was expecting…

Poll: Where entertainment and historical fact mix

Apologies for my absence, it has been a busy August, not to say the previous months weren’t. I am sure it is the same for you too. Technology has its advantages, and I do appreciate it uses, but boy has it created more work. Never mind, let’s move on. creative processcreative storycreativityentertainmentFacthistorical eventsHistorical FictionMoviesopinionPollswriting

Entertainment over historical accuracy

Exodus: Gods and Kings I watched the movie back in December 2014 when it was released here in Australia. I wanted to see it not for its historical content but for its visual depiction of Ancient Egypt. We are fortunate to live during a time where computer technology and continued archaeological discoveries can be used together…

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Today’s Brief…

Today’s post is a brief yet poignant interlude into the usual articles. I was interviewed by two wonderful and lovely ladies and like to introduce them. Effrosyni Moschoudi, Indie Author with two books published The Necklace of Goddess Athena and The Lady of the Pier. To read the interview please visit Effrosyni’s Blog. I have…

Short and to the point

We take a short break from our usual program today. Here’s a word from our sponsor 😀 Author Blog Tour. Was it my intention to be a writer? In all honesty, no. It happened as a result from a car accident and then a trip to Europe. My talented friend Andrew Hill extended an invitation…

Greek Mythology Revisited by BBC

A subscriber of my e-Bulletin emailed me some months back to let me know about a new television series produced by BBC called Atlantis, based on Greek mythology. It follows the adventures of three friends Jason, Hercules and Pythagoras in the mythical city Atlantis. The stories blend a variety of Greek myths and though many…

Q and A with Rosary McQuestion

Today I have the pleasure of introducing Rosary McQuestion, author of Once Upon Another Time. Her story is one of loss and learning to love again, a common plight many people have endured. It is a beautiful story and one that touches your heart from the beginning. Rosary is not only lovely but also a…