Photo by John on Pexels.com Once again we’ve turned the calendar page to a fresh new year, full of possibilities. Looking ahead to plans for 2022 got me looking back at 2021. Just what did I actually accomplish in the past year? It seems like it went by awfully fast… Personal The beginning of 2021… Continue reading Looking Back and Moving Forward
Tag: Historical Fiction
New WWII Fiction Releases
November has ended, and so has another year of NaNoWriMo. I'll be updating you on my results- and on what my students won for completing this year's challenge-soon. Today, however, I wanted to share a lovely promo that author Alexa Kang put together for the authors of The Second World War Club. This club is… Continue reading New WWII Fiction Releases
It’s Launch Day!
Photo by Kyle Hinkson on Unsplash It's launch day! My novel Where Shall I Flee? is officially available for purchase on Amazon as a paperback, e-book, or via Kindle Unlimited. If you've already pre-ordered an e-book, it should be delivered to you today. Thank you so much to everyone who has helped and encouraged me through this process,… Continue reading It’s Launch Day!
I’m Guest Posting Today
Photo by Emanuela Picone on Unsplash Hello Readers, Writers, and History lovers! I'm travelling today—or at least my writing is! I was invited to guest blog over at JPC Allen Writes, an excellent site full of writing tips and prompts. As JPC's theme for September is "Plot," I'm sharing ways in which real history influences the plot of… Continue reading I’m Guest Posting Today
Hello Readers and Writers! I'm so pleased to announce that my second novel is almost ready for release! Barring any disasters or unforeseen circumstances, I'm planning on a launch date of November 1, 2021. Where Shall I Flee? takes place in the Italian theater of World War II. I'll be sharing more updates on the… Continue reading Cover Reveal!!!
The Five Stages of Emotionally Preparing to Release a New Book Into the Wild
Photo by energepic.com on Pexels.com Hello again, Readers and Writers! My 2020-2021 school year, also known as "Teaching in Covid-World: Take Two" is all wrapped up. Summer break has started, and in good Pacific Northwest fashion it's been drizzling fitfully and will probably continue to do so until July 5th. Ah well. Who needs sunshine?… Continue reading The Five Stages of Emotionally Preparing to Release a New Book Into the Wild
Blog Tour: BENEATH A STARLESS SKY by Tessa Harris
Well, Readers, I am not certain how we can be this far into December already! As much as I wouldn't mind moving past 2020, there's too much to do before the end. I still need to finish some writing projects—my NaNoWriMo recap, a piece on a bit of WWII history linked to a beloved Christmas… Continue reading Blog Tour: BENEATH A STARLESS SKY by Tessa Harris
It’s My Book’s Birthday!
Hello again, Readers and Writers! I hope this finds you all well. Today, I'm just popping in to share some news—my debut novel, Whom Shall I Fear?, turns one year old tomorrow! To celebrate, I've reduced the paperback price to $9.99 until the end of June. https://www.amazon.com/Whom-Shall-Fear-Anne-Clare/dp/1072975106/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1593277722&sr=8-1 In other news, I've been hard at work,… Continue reading It’s My Book’s Birthday!
Images from Victory in Europe Day
Today marks the 75th anniversary of "V-E Day," the day in Second World War history when the Allies celebrated Victory in Europe. In remembrance, I decided to simply share a few images of the celebrations that took place around the world. Some you may recognize from last year, others are new additions. "The first flyers… Continue reading Images from Victory in Europe Day
WWII Flash Fiction: “Changing Horizons”
Author Trisha Faye runs "Pages of the Past: Celebrating Historical Fiction," an excellent website, newsletter, and facebook group for historical fiction readers and writers. She also hosted her first historical flash fiction contest this December, which I entered, and won! For those of you not familiar with the term, flash fiction is characterized by its… Continue reading WWII Flash Fiction: “Changing Horizons”