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George Washington

David O. Stewart has been on the blog before in connection with his novel The Paris Deception. However, David is also an author of several non-fiction works written after many

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NY Times Book Club

Every week, I read the Sunday NY Times. Along with breakfast and a leisurely coffee, I can relax for at least an hour or two dipping into its different sections.

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Books Build Bridges

Last January, I put out a call on Instagram for book bloggers with an invitation to be a guest on my blog. Two women from Iran – identical twins! –

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Bookmark Your Thoughts

Jenna is the woman behind the blog Bookmark Your Thoughts. She has very kindly agreed to tell us about her blogging, bookstagramming, and reading world. Why did you start blogging

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Popular Posts 2016

Continuing to bring together popular posts on A Writer of History. These are from 2016. The Art of Esoterica or Historical Fiction Research Using Paris in Ruins as an example, this

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Book blogs galore

WOW – this year’s reader survey asked participants if they had a “reading related blog or website.” Of 2418 responses, 294 provided the names of their sites. What does this

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2018 Reader Survey … a teaser

With the holiday and big accident (see this post) beginning to ease into the background, yesterday I turned my thoughts to the reader survey conducted in June and July. While

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The historical fiction author behind A Writer of History...

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