Kim's Comments (member since Jan 31, 2012)


Kim's comments from the Historical Fictionistas group.

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May 22, 2014 08:40PM

22454 Citadel by Kate Mosse. I think it's gonna be good!
Jan 08, 2013 07:50PM

22454 KristiJ wrote: "Anyone recommend a good book with a dual storyline?"

Yes, I enjoyed
Lady of Hay and also The School of Night.
Jan 05, 2013 03:27PM

22454 Hi all,
My name is Kim, and I'm from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Like everyone else here I'm a history and historical fiction buff. My favorite period --and the one that first interested me in history --is that of the Middle Ages. I enjoy reading fiction based in all eras though. I'm looking forward to all of the great discussions.
Jan 01, 2013 07:07PM

22454 Degree: BA HISTORY

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22454 How do I paste the template on my entry? Or do I have to copy it by hand? Or do I need to have the template?
Dec 30, 2012 11:42AM

22454 Do you want me to put the template in? If so, then how do I copy and paste it to this thread? Or do I have to just write it out by hand? Thanks.
Sep 30, 2012 10:26PM

22454 There also is not enough variety in English-language historical fiction it seems, and not enough translated historical fiction (from other languages) either. Some periods and characters--such as the Tudors--are way overdone in my opinion. But of course it's very important for writers to write what they are interested in--somewhere an audience will be found.
Sep 17, 2012 08:17AM

22454 To what extent do publishers hire them, and what kinds of publishers? Surely the big publishers have enough money to. Does anyone know what practices the Germans follow?
Sep 16, 2012 12:05PM

22454 But the English novels have German translators...
Sep 16, 2012 11:24AM

22454 Why are many of the popular sellers by German authors not translated into English and sold at least in the UK, if not here (in the US)? The opposite seems to be true. A lot of English language popular sellers are translated into German--including ones about the Tudors. And I've also seen novels about England in German NOT available in English...! (i.e. Rebecca Gable') These would definitely sell here and in the UK as well. So would ones about Germany.
Aug 19, 2012 07:05PM

22454 Michener? I've read Mexico, and have Texas at home.
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Mar 18, 2012 02:24PM

22454 Jeff, I am very interested in your book as I really want to read about medieval Scandinavia post-Viking period. Some interesting history takes place (Kalmar Union) and I'm really tired of just seeing mostly England-based medieval histfict(although I still read and enjoy it).
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Mar 12, 2012 10:42AM

22454 Marilyn, your novel sounds interesting and I hope it is published someday. It's about time that more American historical fictions appears in the bookstores!
Feb 26, 2012 01:45PM

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Feb 22, 2012 01:25PM

22454 Hi Mary Kate--nice to have you. What is your area of concentration in your graduate studies (Amer. lit, Brit. lit, etc.)?
Feb 09, 2012 11:43AM

22454 Sherry, I'm looking forward to reading your book.
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Feb 07, 2012 05:30PM

22454 Yes, try Sharon Kay Penman's books. She has written several about Henry II and his family, some about family members(i.e King John's natural daughter Joan), and one about Edward IV and Richard III. She's also written some mysteries based during Henry II's time.
Feb 06, 2012 04:57PM

22454 I've just finished The Nightmare: A Mystery With Mary Wollstonecraft by Nancy Means Wright, and one of the Horse Diaries series, Maestoso Petra by Jane Kendall.

I've just started Susanna Gregory's An Unholy Alliance.
Feb 06, 2012 04:37PM

22454 If you can read German there are many options of course available through Amazon (most will be on amazon.de) The Middle Ages seems to be pretty popular in German language historical fiction.(As is the Thirty Years War.) Unfortunately not much of it seems available in English--I would love to read much more historical fiction based in Germany myself!
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Feb 06, 2012 04:19PM

22454 Hi there, my name is Kim and I'm new to the group. I'm a history buff and an avid reader of historical fiction, incl. mysteries and romances. My favorite period was originally medieval but now I'll read any period up to World War II. I look forward to participating in the discussions:).


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