Readers, Plotting and Pantsing, Creativity: A HOSTAGE TO HERITAGE, Book Tour Stop 14

My plans for a series trailer. How I involve my readers. The importance of professional editor and cover designer. Inspirations for the Michael Stoddard series. Stop by the That Thing I Said blog today to learn about my creative process. It’s the final stop on the blog tour. Thanks to everyone!

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HFeBooks Re-Runs My Time Machine: A HOSTAGE TO HERITAGE, Book Tour Stop 13

Got a hankering to read historical fiction? You’ll find something to hit the spot at the site for Historical Fiction eBooks. Take a look at all they have to offer. And today on their blog, they’re re-running one of my earlier essays.

What sort of historical revelations would you write about if you had a time machine to help you step back in time and sample the sensory impressions of the past? Stop by the HFeBooks blog today to learn about the time machine I discovered. Thanks!

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Five Five-Star Reviews for A Hostage to Heritage

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Huzzah! A Hostage to Heritage just received its fifth five-star review on Amazon. “This is a complex and fast-paced thriller with twists and turns that will keep the reader engaged until the last page.” Thank you!

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Hands-on History: A HOSTAGE TO HERITAGE, Book Tour Stop 12

St. Augustine and Castillo de San Marcos, Florida. Ft. Frederica, Georgia. Revolutionary War reenacting. All part of the hands-on history that fuels the Michael Stoddard series. To learn how and why, stop by the Poe’s Deadly Daughters blog today. Thanks!

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America’s Legacy of Child Soldiers: A HOSTAGE TO HERITAGE, Book Tour Stop 11

Nations and factions have been using child soldiers for thousands of years. Stop by The Crime Fiction Collective blog today, read this controversial essay, and learn how America hasn’t escaped this legacy. Leave a comment and be entered in a drawing to win a copy of A Hostage to Heritage. Thanks!

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Do We Repeat Our Mistakes in History? A HOSTAGE TO HERITAGE, Book Tour Stop 10

When you open yourself to history, you realize that you cannot ignore connections between the past and present. Stop by The River Time blog today to find out what this means for humanity’s future. Thanks!

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18th-century Favorite Things: A HOSTAGE TO HERITAGE, Book Tour Stop 9

Why do I spend so much time in the past? I have my reasons—and fortunately I’m not the only woman crime fiction author who indulges in historical settings. Stop by the blog of medieval mystery author Jeri Westerson today to find out some of the things I enjoy about 18th-century America. Thanks!

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My Time Machine: A HOSTAGE TO HERITAGE, Book Tour Stop 8

What sort of historical revelations would you write about if you had a time machine to help you step back in time and sample the sensory impressions of the past? Stop by the Suite T blog today to learn about the time machine I discovered. Thanks!

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Smear Campaigns in History: A HOSTAGE TO HERITAGE, Book Tour Stop 7

Did you believe everything your history books told you in high school? Stop by the Jungle Red Writers blog today to learn why you should read between the lines—even for current events. Join
the commentary before Monday evening, and you may win a copy of my recent release, A Hostage to Heritage. Thanks!

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Historical Research, Peak Author Moments: A HOSTAGE TO HERITAGE, Book Tour Stops 5 and 6

Author Jenny Milchman asks, “How did I know I’d made it?” as an author. The Irish in me feels compelled to answer her question with a question, then follows that with two stories. Stop by her blog today after noon EST to see what I mean.

My second stop today is a return visit to the Writers Who Kill blog. Author Warren Bull has posted a review of A Hostage to Heritage, and he has a few questions for me about the research I do for my books. Check it out.

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