Author Archives: susankeogh

DID CHARLEMAGNE PRAY FOR ANOTHER DAUGHTER?

Today’s post is by author Kim Rendfeld, who recently released her third historical novel, Queen of the Darkest Hour. This intriguing story adds to her previous two worthy works–The Cross and the Dragon, and The Ashes of Heaven’s Pillar.    … Continue reading

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THE INCOMPARABLE LIEUTENANT HICKS – Part 8

This is the eighth and final part of my series of excerpts from Borden Hicks’ personal account in Glimpses of the Nation’s Struggle. Borden Hicks was a humorous young officer in the 11th Michigan Volunteer Infantry during the American Civil War. … Continue reading

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THE LORDS PROPRIETORS OF CAROLINA

Today marks Independence Day for America. What better way to celebrate than to learn a bit about our history? On social media today, English Historical Fiction Authors is featuring an article I wrote about the men who founded the American … Continue reading

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LAST STOP ON THE BLOG HOP

The last stop is at the blog of award-winning author Linda Collison, where I focus on the lovely city of Charleston, South Carolina, the setting of my latest novel, The Driver’s Wife. Follow this link to the article. While you … Continue reading

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BLOG HOP STOP #3

Today’s stop is at author Tinney Heath’s website. She shares her review of The Driver’s Wife and offers some very kind, appreciated words. You can view the review here. And while you’re at it, check out Tinney’s debut novel A … Continue reading

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BLOG HOP STOP #2

This is Day 2 of my blog hop to celebrate the release of The Driver’s Wife. Today I am hosted by author J.M. Aucoin. My article explores Charleston’s early rice culture and the slaves who toiled upon the plantations. And … Continue reading

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Blog Hop Stop #1

To celebrate and spread the word about the release of my new novel, The Driver’s Wife, I am doing a blog hop. Today I am hosted by author Kim Rendfeld whose next historical novel, Queen of the Darkest Hour, will … Continue reading

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