ancient historical fiction

From art to art – how writer Uvi Poznansky found her David and Bathsheba in various paintings

Today, I am delighted to welcome Uvi Poznansky to my blog. Uvi is a person I have meet over Twitter (because yes, sometimes one actually does meet people through social media) and she is also a prolific author. One of her series is set in the times of the old testament, more specifically centred round […]

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On ancient Roman roads – a guest post celebrating Ms Morton’s new release Julia Prima

One of the joys of having writer friends who share my fascination with history is diving down their rabbit holes. As long as I’ve known Alison, she’s been fascinated by maps (well, aren’t we all!) and how people travelled back in the good old days – more specifically in Roman times. It is therefore a

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