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Historical Fiction

Fanning the Flames of History: The Burning Chambers by Kate Mosse
Posted by Hazel Gaynor in > Historical Fiction > Interviews

After the phenomenal success of her 2005 multi-million copy bestseller Labyrinth, and the novels, Sepulchre and Citadel, that completed the Languedoc trilogy, Kate Mosse returns to her trademark historical adventure...

History in the Making: Hazel Gaynor Meets Kate Mosse

Historical Fiction is definitely having a moment and as a writer and reader of the genre this makes me exceptionally happy! Looking at the impressive guest list and huge audiences...

James Aitcheson on Knights of the Hawk

James Aitcheson was born in Wiltshire in 1985 and studied History at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, where he developed a special interest in the Middle Ages. Particularly interested in the Anglo-Saxon...

Letters from Skye: Hazel Gaynor Talks to Debut Author Jessica Brockmole

I am fascinated by ideas. How do authors keep coming up with fresh, original ideas which make an intriguing premise for a book. Location, character, structure – where does the...

Below Stairs at Longbourn: Jo Baker talks to Hazel Gaynor

Jo Baker’s Longbourn – Pride & Prejudice, the servants’ story – was published to rave reviews in 2013, a year which saw the 200 year anniversary of the publication of...

Daisy Waugh Melts the Snow on Hester Street with Hazel Gaynor

There is something quite irresistible about Hollywood in the 1920s: the decadence, the silent movies, the glitz and the impossible glamour exuded by those iconic stars of the silver screen....

Fever book cover, historical fiction, Ireland
Fever: The Infectious Lure of History

What happens when you discover a person from history and find them so fascinating that you want to know more and more about them? You write a novel about them,...

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