Brian Wainwright, author of The Adventures of Alianore Audley
and Within the Fetterlock. Brian offers two, one about writing at
http://brianwainwright.blogspot.com/ and one about the House of York at
Dana Stabenow writes the brilliantly dark or darkly brilliant
Alaskan mystery series about Kate Shugak. You can access her blogs at her
Spencer Quinn, author of the hilarious mystery Dog On It, first
in a series about a detective and his dog. You’ll love Chet the dog, and
start to wonder if Spencer was a dog in a past life, so well does he understand
the canine mind—and appetite!
Michelle Moran, who has made ancient Egypt and now ancient Rome
her own fictional turf with Cleopatra’s Daughter. Go to
Nan Hawthorne, author of The Involuntary King and probably the
funniest comment ever posted to my blog, about her grandmother in a Yukon gold
mining camp; see for yourself in my blog, Medieval Marriage. Nan has several
blogs to lure us away from mundane things like work. She has a book review blog
http://allsheread.blogspot.com and her blog about the Middle Ages, her
writing, jokes, etc, is at
The Lady Killers is a blog aimed at readers of mysteries but is sure to be of interest to anyone who loves books. A number of writers take turns blogging about wide-ranging subjects, among them two very gifted writers whom I am fortunate enough to have as friends—Priscilla Royal, who writes an excellent mystery series set in 13th century England, and Sharan Newman, who writes mysteries set in 12th century France, as well as ranging farther afield from time to time, her last book being a compelling biography of the Queen of Jerusalem, Melisende, Defending the City of God. http://www.theladykillers.typepad.com/
Book lovers will enjoy
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Kathryn Warner has one of the most
interesting and entertaining blogs on the Internet; she feels about Edward II
the way I do about Richard III, that both were much maligned.