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:  
http://rebelpuritan.blogspot.com/2013/11/mary-dyer-illuminated.html

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:
http://www.christyenglish.com/2013/10/21/sound-of-screeching-brakes-by-christy-k-robinson/

Christy English also posted her 5/5-star review of Mary Dyer Illuminated. Click this link: 
http://www.christyenglish.com/2013/10/23/five-stars-for-mary-dyer-illuminated-by-christy-k-robinson/



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