Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Blog-hopping on behalf of the Dyers

Surrounding the releases of my novels (print and e-book) and nonfiction e-book on William and Mary Dyer, I've been writing guest articles for other authors' blogs.

Here are the links, which I'll edit and refresh as needed.

Hoydens and Firebrands, a blog about the 17th century, hosts my article, A mystery cloaked in the obvious, about Mary Dyer's letter to the General Court on October 26, 1659. Click this link:   http://hoydensandfirebrands.blogspot.com/2014/01/a-mystery-cloaked-in-obvious.html

Jo Ann Butler's Rebel Puritan website has an interview about the motivation and research for the novels and the nonfiction book, The Dyers of London, Boston, & Newport. Find out what distinguishes this telling of the Dyer tale, from books and articles that have gone before. Click this link:  

Christy English's blog, "A Writer's Life," carried my passionate plea for historical fiction readers to STOP in the seventeenth century, as they rush from medieval to Tudor to Regency novels. I gave lots of humorous and quirky factoids about the world the Dyers lived in. Click this link:

Christy English also posted her 5/5-star review of Mary Dyer Illuminated. Click this link: 

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