Historical fiction fans unite! This is the Historical Fiction Carnival . Come one and all to joining in celebrating historical fiction. Not a fan of this genre? Join us anyway. Read some of the articles and reviews. Maybe us fans will convince you to give it a try.
I received tons of submissions for the carnival and I want to thank you all! I tried to include something from everyone who contributed.
I organized the Carnival in two main sections: 1. Historical Fiction Articles and Interviews 2. Historical Fiction Book Reviews. Since I am a arm chair traveler, I tried to organize the book reviews by country and sometimes subject. I hope it works for everyone.
I sure hope you all enjoy the carnival. Please let me know what you liked and didn’t like so I can try to improve on it if I host again. Also, leave comments on blogs that had reviews or articles that you really enjoyed. This is a great way to get to know other book bloggers and get suggestions for great books.
Most important.. Have fun!
Historical Fiction Articles and Interviews:
Historical Fiction Book Reviews:
North America /USA:
Young Adult Fiction/Montana:
Bobbie of Book Reviews by Bobbie reviewed Escape: A Wyoming Historical Novel by Jean Henry Mead
Stella Matutina reviewed the thriller, The Angel of Darkness by Caleb Carr
Civil War /Slavery/ South:
North America / Canada:
Melanie of Indextrious Reader reviewed The Day the Falls Stood Still by Marie Buchanan
Teddy of So Many Precious Books reviewed The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson
Teddy of So Many Precious Books reviewed The Horseman’s Graves by Jaqueline Baker
Gilion of Rose City Reader reviewed The Last Prince of the Mexican Empire by C.M. Mayo
Spanning 10,000 Years:
Monica of Monniblog reviewed Innocent Traitor: A Novel of Lady Jane Grey by Alison Weir
Dollygirl of The Maiden’s Court reviewed The Secret Diary of Anne Boleyn by Robin Maxwell
Bernadette of Reaction to Reading reviewed The Consequences of Sin by Clare Langley-Hawthorne
Serena of Savvy Verse & Wit reviewed The Rooftops of Tehran by Mahbod Seraji
Up Coming Editions of the Book Worms Carnival:
Here are the Carnivals that are coming up. If these topics of interest to you please submit something to these wonderful hosts.
Edition 38 hosted by: Natasha at Maw BooksDeadline for submission: September 25, 2009Theme: Books about Africa or with an African Theme (fiction or non-fiction)To submit a post, email: natasha at mawbooks dot com