Review – Traitors Knot by Cryssa Bazos

I’m extremely grateful for all reviews and especially when the reviewer takes the time to blog about it. I wanted to share this exceptional review by Chicks Rogues and Scandals. It’s not every day that your characters’ love for each other is compared to Cathy and Heathcliffe! Thank you Frankie for this very thoughtful review!

Love & History with Anna Belfrage

Love is an important element in any story, not just in romance. It doesn’t have to be the focus of the story—even a small sprinkling can be enough. I would argue that it’s especially important in historical fiction. We live, we love, we strive to maintain relationships, now and in the past. Love is often the gateway to making a historical figure flesh and blood. Today, I’d like to welcome historical fiction author Anna Belfrage to chat about love + historical fiction. Anna’s knowledge of history spans centuries and across continents. I’m always amazed at the breadth of her knowledge. Not only is she a prolific bestselling…

Romantic Encounters in a Bustling Market

After offering my readers a steady diet of 17th century warfare and nearly impossible escapes, I’ve decided to change things up a bit, and tell a different story—a romantic encounter from my completed manuscript. Click here to part the veil and slip back in time to 1650 Warwick, England, during the uneasy lull between episodes of civil war. This is an opportunity for a man to prove his mettle and apply himself to the pursuit of his heart’s fancy. Featured Image: Louise Rayner [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons