Five Books On My #HistFic Wishlist

From the Medieval Era to Regency and beyond, I’m a sucker for historical tales of all sorts. Some of these titles are from authors I’m already familiar with, and some are brand new. What matters is, I want all the books! The question remains: How long will they sit in my wish list before I actually buy them?

It’s no secret that Melanie Dickerson is one of my favorite authors. Heck, I even pre-ordered THE WARRIOR MAIDEN, and I never pre-order anything – books or otherwise! I tried to get an ARC of The Piper’s Pursuit to review on my site but it was so popular I couldn’t *tears.* But I’ll continue to anxiously wait for it to come out so I can add it to my collection! Releases: Dec. 2019

I’m certainly drawn to covers with purple on them, aren’t I? Ms. Hedlund is a new discovery for me, and I’ve already devoured AN AWAKENED HEART, FOR LOVE AND HONOR, A LOYAL HEART and AN UNCERTAIN CHOICE. I really want this one as well but sadly it doesn’t release until March 2020. I suppose that gives me time to indulge in her The Lost Princesses series.

There are two books I want by Ms. Sarah Ladd, but I think I’d like to start with THE THIEF OF LANWYN MANOR over THE HEIRESS OF WINTERWOOD. The Regency era is a new dive for me, and it’s been fun exploring a different time period from the one I’m writing myself. I look forward to discovering who the thief truly is!

This one, quite different from the first three, still has elements of history woven throughout it. Or so the description promises! Every once in a while I indulge in a scare, and THE HAUNTING OF CRAWLEY HOUSE seems to be just the fix I need. This will be the first book I’ll ever read of Michelle Dorey

For a little more recent read, I’ve chosen to bookmark THE GIRL WHO CAME HOME by Hazel Gaynor. I think everyone, at some point in their lives, has developed a fascination with the tragedy that was the RMS TITANIC. With all that we know now, we wonder how they couldn’t see their mistakes themselves. But that truly describes the very nature of history. To this day my ears perk up when I hear anything Titanic related. Finding Ms. Gaynor’s novel was no different!

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