“The Paris Library,” published Feb. 9, is historical fiction that incorporates Skeslien Charles’ created characters — Odile in 1940s Paris and Lily in 1980s Montana — with the real leaders and patrons of the wartime library, including the heroic American-born director Dorothy Reeder.”
Source: Author Janet Skeslien Charles to make a virtual appearance on Tuesday
We chat with author Diane Zahler about her new release, Daughter of the White Rose, book recommendations, what she’s working on next, and more!
Source: Q&A: Diane Zahler, Author of ‘Daughter of the White Rose’ | The Nerd Daily
We compiled a list of some of our favorite new and soon-to-be released compelling wartime novels by authors like Lauren Fox and Jennifer Ryan.
Source: 18 New and Upcoming World War II Novels
Travel back in time for mystery, romance, drama, and more with these historical fiction masterpieces. No time machine required!
Source: 50 Best Historical Fiction Books — Mysteries, Dramas, Romances, & More
An evocative historical novel set in 1930’s Indochine, about the American wife of a Michelin heir who journeys to the French colony.
Source: Review: A Hundred Suns by Karin Tanabe | The Nerd Daily
We had the pleasure of chatting to author Jenny Ashcroft about her new novel Meet Me In Bombay, book recommendations, writing, and so much more!
Source: Q&A: Jenny Ashcroft, Author of ‘Meet Me In Bombay’ | The Nerd Daily
The best of this winter’s historical fiction – some with the light step of Bridgerton, others with a heavier tread – are guaranteed to take you to another time and place
Source: Loved Bridgerton? You’ll fall for this crop of new escapist historical fiction – The Globe and Mail
The joy of historical fiction is conveying the impact of events on the people who lived through them. These two novels accomplish just that.
Source: What Fran’s Reading: Two historical novels that will transport you into riveting real stories – Jersey’s Best
Selected as a Good Morning America Book Club Pick and a New York Times bestseller, Davis provides readers a historical novel filled with mystery and romance. I could not put the book down until its exciting conclusion.
Source: On the Shelf: The Lions of Fifth Avenue | Free | emporiagazette.com
Sarah Ferguson’s first work of historical fiction was inspired by her family’s history and her own “personal journeys”
Source: Sarah Ferguson Writes Novel Inspired by Great-Great Aunt | PEOPLE.com