Alternate History and Miss Tolerance

by Sherwood Smith Cross-time, time-splitting and alternate history themes have become so closely interwoven that it is impossible to discuss them fully apart from one another. “Alternate History” extrapolates “what if” sometimes from pivotal points in history, and sometimes from … Continue reading

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Lost Books You Should Find: The Gabriel Lacey Series

Several of my close friends are also genre fiction writers. Several of them, in fact, were my friends before they were published writers. One of those is Jennifer Ashley who writes mostly historical fiction, romance, and erotica. I, however, have … Continue reading

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The Surrender of Lady Jane by Marissa Day in Stores Today!

Giving in to the pleasure… Centuries ago, Sir Thomas Lynne was seduced by the faery queen Tatiana. He does her bidding while Tatiana’s magic keeps him young. Now she orders him to gain entrance to Kensington Palace, where he’s to … Continue reading

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The Romance of the Regency: Jane Austen, Georgette Heyer, and Silver Fork Novels

I discovered Georgette Heyer in high school, after reading an entire issue of the fanzine Niekas devoted to it, somewhere around 1967-8. At that time I hadn’t yet read Jane Austen, though I’d loved historical novels ever since I checked … Continue reading

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