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Wish List 5: The Johnstown Flood
Once a month I am planning on sharing with you all 5 of my biggest wish list books broken up by theme. I know that you all need more on your TBR!!! This month's theme focuses on the natural disaster event, the Johnstown Flood.  I have read 2 books about thi...
Once a month I am planning on sharing with you all 5 of my biggest wish list books broken up by theme. I know that you all need more on your TBR!!! This month's theme focuses on the natural disaster event, the Johnstown Flood. I have read 2 books about this event previously, one fiction (In ...
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New Book Alert and Excerpt Reveal: The Secret Language of Stones by M.J. Rose
The Secret Language of Stones by M.J. Rose  Book 2 of the Daughters of La Lune series eBook, Hardcover, and Audio, 320 pages Atria Books Publishing: July 19, 2016 ISBN: 1476778094 Genre: Historical Fiction The Secret Language of Stones is a stunning histori...
The Secret Language of Stones is a stunning historical gothic romantic suspense published by Atria, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, being released on July 19th. This is the second title in M.J. Rose's The Daughters of La Lune Series and absolutely not to be missed! Check out the first chapter ...
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New Book Alert Book Blast & Tour Wide Giveaway
Náápiikoan Winter by Alethea Williams eBook and Paperback, 295 pages C.A. Williams Published: May 9, 2016 ISBN: 1532710569 Genre: Historical Fiction Book Blurb: At the turn of a new century, changes unimagined are about to unfold . THE WOMAN: Kidnapped by t...
THE WOMAN: Kidnapped by the Apaches, a Mexican woman learns the healing arts. Stolen by the Utes, she is sold and traded until she ends up with the Piikáni. All she has left are her skills—and her honor. What price will she pay to ensure a lasting place among the People?
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Interview with Susan Hughes
Good morning everyone!  Today I have the opportunity to introduce you to Susan Hughes, author of A Kiss from France, a recipient of the B.R.A.G. Medallion TM .  Her book is one that I have on my list of titles that I want to read that were awarded the B.R.A...
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I dropped a review today over at Romantic Historical Reviews
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Book Review: A Leap in the Dark by John Ferling
  A Leap in the Dark: The Struggle to Create the American Republic  by John Ferling E-book, 577 pages Oxford University Press April 4, 2003 ★★★★☆ Genre: Non-Fiction, History Source: Purchased for my Masters class It was an age of fascinating leaders and dif...
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Book Review: To Wed a Rebel by Sophie Dash
To Wed a Rebel by Sophie Dash ARC, e-book Carina Press May 23, 2016 ★★★★☆ Genre: Historical Romance Source: Requested through Netgalley for Review Heat Level:   ''' '' ** This review was previously posted at Romantic Historical Reviews ** “It was done, the ...
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Review by Jenny at Romantic Historical Reviews
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Two Sides to Every Story: The Butcher of Cawnpore: Hero or Villain?
Today I have the opportunity to welcome Tom Williams, author of Cawnpore , to The Maiden's Court with an awesome contribution to the Two Sides to Every Story series.  Williams, whose novel is set in India, brings us today a guest post about an event that oc...
Today I have the opportunity to welcome Tom Williams, author of Cawnpore , to The Maiden's Court with an awesome contribution to the Two Sides to Every Story series. Williams, whose novel is set in India, brings us today a guest post about an event that occurred during British rule of that ...
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I am a recent college graduate now working for the government doing a job I never imagined I would be doing, but ultimately really enjoy.
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Heather, 26, USA. Hi everyone!  I started my blog, The Maiden's Court in May 2009 as a creative outlet for my reading and it has completely taken me to new places.  I love sharing my reading and the things that I learn.

On my blog you will find reviews of historical fiction books, historical movie reviews, and interesting historical content among other things. If you would like to know more about me, check out the About Me. Feel free to email me at any time at dolleygurl@hotmail.com.

Attention Authors, Publishers, Blog Tour Organizers! I would love to hear from you if you have a book that you would like for me to review. Check out my review policy and then contact me with the pitch.
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The Maiden's Court: Book Review: To Wed a Rebel by Sophie Dash
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A fighter, a drinker and a notorious seducer, Isaac Roscoe was the last man that innocent Ruth Osbourne would ever consider as a husband – b

The Maiden's Court: Interview with Susan Hughes
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Good morning everyone! Today I have the opportunity to introduce you to Susan Hughes, author of A Kiss from France, a recipient of the B.R.A

The Maiden's Court: Weekend Cooking: Eating My Way Through the Wizarding...
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The second Weekend Cooking post for me in a row that actually involved no cooking on my part, just enjoying food and ambiance. My connection

The Maiden's Court: Cover Crush: Where the River Parts
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We can all say that you should never judge a book by its cover, but I guarantee that we all have done so at least once! Cover Crush is desig

The Maiden's Court: Interview with Fenella Forster
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Good morning everyone! Today I have the opportunity to introduce you to Fenella Forster, author of Annie's Story, a recipient of the BRAG Me

The Maiden's Court: Book Review: Beneath Montana's Sky by Debra Holland
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BEFORE THE MAIL-ORDER BRIDES OF THE WEST SERIES, BEFORE WILD MONTANA SKY, COMES THE PREQUEL TO THE MONTANA SKY SERIES, sweet historical west

The Maiden's Court: Book Review: In Sunlight, In A Beautiful Garden by K...
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An Elegantly Crafted Love Story Set in Post-Civil War America. In Sunlight, In a Beautiful Garden tells of a bittersweet romance set against

The Maiden's Court: Book Review: The Strong One by Vivi Holt
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Sarah Songan is a woman on the run. In an attempt to find peace with their neighbors, the Apsáalooke chief has promised her hand to a soldie

The Maiden's Court: Book Review: In the Heart of the Sea by Nathaniel Ph...
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In the Heart of the Sea brings to new life the incredible story of the wreck of the whaleship Essex—an event as mythic in its own century as

The Maiden's Court: Interview with James Dalessandro & Giveaway!
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Good morning everyone! Today I have the opportunity to introduce you to James Dalessandro, author of 1906, a novel that I fell in love with

Kindle
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Read books on your phone, including thousands of free Kindle books. The Kindle app puts over a million books at your fingertips. It’s the ap

Exploratorium: the museum of science, art and human perception
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The Exploratorium isn't just a museum, it's an ongoing exploration of science, art, and human perception--a vast collection of online intera

Lions and Men
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Odd Passenger: An Odd Thomas Story. Odd Thomas, a novel written by Dead Koontz, was one of my favorite paranormal novels when I was younger.

Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours: Meet the Tour Hosts of HFVBT: He...
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Meet the Tour Hosts of HFVBT: Heather from The Maiden's Court. HF Virtual Book Tours is very lucky to be working with the most awesome b

The Maiden's Court: Author Interview with B. N. Peacock & Giveaway
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Today I would like to introduce you all to debut author, B. N. Peacock. Her new book, A Tainted Dawn, is the first book in her Great War ser

The Maiden's Court: Book Review: Lincoln by David Herbert Donald
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“David Herbert Donald's Lincoln is a stunningly original portrait of Lincoln's life and presidency. Donald brilliantly depicts Lincoln's gra

The Maiden's Court: Book Review: The Forgotten Queen by D. L. Bogdan
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“From her earliest days, Margaret Tudor knows she will not have the luxury of choosing a husband. Her duty is to gain alliances for England.

Netflix Drops Qwikster Plan
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Netflix said it would drop its plan to split its movie-streaming business and DVD-by-mail service into two separate websites, a move that ha