PARKINSON’S UNITY WALK. JOIN LORETTA GOLDBERG AND DOUG SHAPIRO FOR THE SECOND LIVE FACEBOOK EVENT.

With your heart pounding, wait with my main character, Edward Latham, in a 1572 ambush line for orders to plunge into battle. Then be transported by the lush voice of the greatest woman singer of her age, Barbara Blomberg. I am thrilled that actor Doug Shapiro has chosen The Reversible Mask for three live Facebook …

PARKINSON’S UNITY WALK. JOIN LORETTA GOLDBERG AND DOUG SHAPIRO FOR THE FIRST OF THREE LIVE FACEBOOK EVENTS.

Be transported to Elizabeth I’s royal progress to Oxford in 1566, and a Paris clandestine cock fight in 1569. I am thrilled that actor Doug Shapiro has chosen The Reversible Mask for three live Facebook readings to support his walk for Parkinson’s disease. Please tune into the first reading: Tuesday, April 23, 7pm EST. Contributions …

New Interview

NFReads requested this interview. Wide ranging questions, thank you. (Free general interest site but does ask to allow cookies) A big thanks to Tony Eames!

GUEST POST: Christina Britton Conroy, author of the His Majesty’s Theatre series

Dear friends: NEW FEATURE TO MY BLOG! Interviews with the authors presenting at the New York chapter of the Historical Novel Society, March 26th at the Jefferson Market Library. Welcome Christina, thanks for visiting my blog! You have had a long career as a musician and actress, in addition to being a writer. How is …

Interview with: GRAY BASNIGHT, author of Shadows in the Fire

Dear friends: NEW FEATURE TO MY BLOG! Interviews with the authors presenting at the New York chapter of the Historical Novel Society, March 26th at the Jefferson Market Library. Welcome Gray, thanks for visiting my blog! You have published in the mystery, historical fiction and thriller genres. How do you build characters for the different …

Interview with: STEPHANIE COWELL, author of Claude & Camille

Dear friends: NEW FEATURE TO MY BLOG! Interviews with the authors presenting at the New York chapter of the Historical Novel Society, March 26th at the Jefferson Market Library. Welcome Stephanie, thank you so much for visiting my blog! You have set your novels in the 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th  and early 20th centuries with equal immediacy, with …