Tag Archives: historical fiction

June 01

Feature book review: Ulf’s Tale, by historical novelist John Broughton

Ulf’s Tale, by historical novelist, John Broughton is an impressive piece of historical fiction about the age of the Vikings and Scandinavia around the year 1002 A.D. In fact, it doesn’t read like a fiction whatsoever. Being quite familiar with Sweden, and to a degree Denmark and Norway, where the story takes place, the attention […]

May 30

Featured book review: Angenga: When time no longer exists, by historical novelist John Broughton

Angenga by John Broughton A unique fiction that someday may be a reality. Totally interesting, well written. A lot of medieval history and time travel. Just what is time? Do you think you know?A must read for inquiring minds. Very enjoyable, the ending is really special. Review by International Writers Inspiring Change About John Broughton John […]

May 15

Featured Author: Historical novelist, John Broughton

Who am I Well, I’m a rather introspective but sociable retired English teacher who has done a wide variety of other jobs in his youth. You can find out all about me in my Amazon biography and also I hope by reading below. In brief, I live in Calabria, southern Italy, with my pretty wife, […]

May 13

Featured Book: Angenga: When time no longer exists, by John Broughton

Angenga: When time no longer exists When metal detectorist Gary Marshall gives his old university colleague and philologist, Rick Hughes, a reliquary pendant, he unearthed, he has no idea of what he’s unleashed. Rick is drawn to the site in Lindsey, where a portal opens taking him back in time to when the artifact was […]

February 18

Featured book: Lara’s Story, by Diane Merrill Wigginton

Shattered by heartbreak… “When a heart breaks, it does not break evenly, cleaving in half exactly down the middle.” Surrounded by her large, boisterous family in 1840s Ireland, Lara Flannigan has never known anything but love and belonging—until the day tragedy strikes, leaving her abandoned and forced into indentured servitude. Remade in a new world. […]

December 31

Featured Book: How Dare the Birds Sing, by Marina Osipova

How Dare the Birds Sing is an historical fiction set in Russia, Byelorussia, and East Prussia during WWII. The story centers around four young adults, but particularly around Lyuba, her doomed love for a German pilot, and how his presumed betrayal and disappearance unleash a sequence of unfortunate events, which distort her life forever. Ellie Midwood, […]

November 03

Featured book: Lara’s Story by Diane Merrill Wigginton

  Jeweled Dagger Publishing is excited to present its latest book from Diane Merrill Wigginton, “Lara’s Story,” available January 28th, 2019. Lara’s Story is a gripping young adult novel that explores the strength of the human spirit and the power of forgiveness to heal a broken heart. Surrounded by her large, boisterous family in 1840s Ireland, […]

September 03

Book Review: The Transmigrant, by Kristi Saare Duarte

The Transmigrant, by Kristi Saare Duarte, is an historical fiction, depicting the  life of Yeshua, the son of a Palestinian carpenter, destined by the ways of his culture, to follow in the footsteps of his father. Yeshua, however, has no such plan – he wants to follow another path and learn the secrets of life – […]

August 10

Feature Book Review: The Scouts of St. Michael: Operation Archangel, by Dan Morales

  The Scouts of St. Michael: Operation Archangel, by Dan Morales, is set in rural England during the early stages of World War II. A group of young boys, living in an orphanage, wards of the British state, are determined to start their own Boy Scout Troop. Without the funds to buy uniforms, the sisters […]

July 26

Book Review: The Secret Journals of Adolf Hitler: The Struggle (Volume 2) by A.G. Mogan

The Secret Journals of Adolf Hitler: The Struggle (Volume 2), by A.G. Mogan, is a brilliant rendering on a very difficult and probably, quite controversial subject. In this fascinating narrative about Adolf Hitler, which takes up his life from the point of his release from prison in December 1924, until his assumption of power as […]