Thursday, 24 January 2013

Your Favourite Historical Fiction




This is the second instalment of my new bi-monthly series called Your Favourite.  Last time we collected links about cookbooks.  This time the topic is Historical Fiction.

Just link in any posts about historical fiction books you enjoyed.  Put your name and the name of the book in the first box and copy the url for your post into the second one.

It would be neat if you also visited some of the links and leave a comment for them.  You might find a blog you would like to follow and they might like to follow yours.

Happy linking.


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22 comments:

  1. Great idea...I love historical fiction.

    THANKS.

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews

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  2. Thanks for the invite! :)

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  3. I linked to my review of Wolf Hall because I am so excited to read the sequel, Bring Up the Bodies. I can't believe she one the Booker Prize for both!

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  4. Entered a good historical novel for you but I can't figure out to remove the one #16 that didn't show the title. Can you do that?

    My review gives you a synopsis of the book to encourage you to read it.

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  5. Carole - Thanks for the invite. Here's a post on my favorite historical fiction, the Aubrey-Maturin novels http://havechanged.blogspot.com/2012/11/master-and-commander.html

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  6. Thanks for directing me here! It's so hard to choose my favorite historical fic. There are so many GREAT ones. I adore Regency, but I've listed Sarah M. Eden's AN UNLIKELY MATCH this time around. :) I've just gotten her latest DROPS OF GOLD ... so that may take it's place in the near future. :)

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  7. I'm sorry, I messed up my original link. Is there any way you could delete entry #21? Thank you, and thank you for the invite. I love this idea!

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  8. I love these I will have to hop around and see others reviews thanks so much and love love #19 Sarah Eden so good! Thanks for the link up!

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  9. Hi, I am joining you at Carole's invitation. I will come back and visit other sites as well as yours. Thanks for thinking of me.

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  10. I just entered links to five works of historical fiction by writer David Liss. Sorry for putting in so many at once, but I'm afraid you may not do historical fiction again for some while.

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  11. Thanks for the invite, this is a great idea! I look forward to reading some of these blogs - I need to read more historical fiction.

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  12. Hello again, I just realised I put my link to Les Miserables in twice by accident. Is there a way you could delete number 33, the one that just says 'The Yellow-Haired Reviewer' and no book title? Sorry!

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  13. Ah now you talking my language LOL

    Cookbooks, I could not join in, but Historical fiction is another matter.

    carol
    DizzyC

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  14. Thanks Carole! And yep, I'm now following your blog!

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  15. Hi Carole,
    Thanks for inviting me to post. I've enjoyed your blog very much and intend to visit often.

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  16. I just left a link for another review. Thanks for the invite again!

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  17. Carole, great venue for historical fiction reviews. Thanks!

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  18. Carol invited me to add a few more historical fiction books, so I linked up to my blog's historical fiction review list as well as to the free preview of my historical fiction novella, "A Contemptible Affection." Hope it's helpful. Thanks, Carol!

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  19. I love these posts! Historical fiction is my favorite genre, so it was so hard for me to choose. I kept it to 3 though. :)

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  20. Great list, I'll enjoy investigating these blogs and books. Mine is a historical detective story, IMO one of the very best, and I recommend the whole series.

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  21. Such a fun idea. I link to Connie Willis' two part series Blackout and All Clear. I honestly felt like I was living in London during the Blitz!

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  22. I love many authors who write primarily historical fiction, however in January I had read Mount Vernon Love Story: A Novel of George and Martha Washington by Mary Higgins Clark which I found to be a great book! :) This was Mary Higgins Clark's debut novel, and I have several of her mystery novels on my bookshelf, but I'm taking a slight hiatus from reading them.

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