Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Historical Tapestry - something new and exciting!

I am so excited to announce that I am now part of a group blog called Historical Tapestry, along with four other people:

Ana from Aneca's World

Kailana from Kailana's Written World

Stephanie from Stephanie's Confessions-of-a-Bookaholic

Louise, who used to have a blog for a while, but currently doesn't have one!

The plan is that Historical Tapestry is going to focus specifically on Historical Fiction of all eras, including Historical Fantasy. Hopefully with a good group of people we will get an interesting mix of different eras and subject matter including our different countries. We are also hoping to have a mix of Author Spotlights, book reviews and general info on the Historical Fiction that we like to read.

I am very excited that this is now off the ground, and hope you will drop by and have a look at:


  1. I'm going to be a visitor, that's for sure! :-)

  2. Same here! I'm a fan of historical fiction.;-)

  3. Love the idea. Like I told Ana, I've already added you guys to my google reader.

  4. This souns like an awesome idea! I love historicals. Will you cover historical mysteries as well? I have a few recs. Will be checking this out!!!

  5. Like Rosario, I've already added you to my Google Reader. :)

    And I tagged you for something on my blog.

  6. Marg, have you read Sharyn Kay Penman. Her Welsh novels are terrific. :)

  7. I love Sharon Kay Penman! She is one of my faves!

    I have read everything she has written except for the first two books in the Henry and Eleanor trilogy. I am saving those until closer to the day the third book in the trilogy is going to be released!

  8. That looks like such a fun project, and I've already subscribed!

  9. I see you have visited my site and left a comment on The Needle in the Blood by Sarah Bower. This book would fit superbly into your plan and is, without doubt, one of the most wonderful historical novels I have read in years.



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