This week and next I'm touring the interwebs, collecting reviews, giving interviews, and writing guest posts for 20 different websites, all through the auspices of the amazing and wonderful Amy Philips Bruno over at Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours. Click here for a list of all the sites and dates.
Among the ones over the last couple days has been a guest post over at A Bookish Affair on how to write real (ie historical, factual) people, as well as reviews for The Master Of Verona, Colossus, Her Majesty's Will, and one of those wonderful rare reviews of Voice Of The Falconer. That's the trouble with sequels, I suppose - everyone has something to say about the first one, and less about those that follow. So I'm still eager to hear what people think about Falconer and Fool. (Oddly, Colossus is my least-reviewed book on Amazon, but is fairly well represented on blogs and Goodreads, so I have a sense of how readers are enjoying it.)
So check them all out, and keep coming back for the next 14 days for more about the books and from me. I even wrote a post about vampires! (Seriously, I have a vampire novel in mind). So don't miss out!