The Historical Novels Review Names By Love Divided an Editor's Choice!

Please join me in congratulating Elizabeth St. John! Her novel By Love Divided, sequel to critically acclaimed The Lady of the Tower, was just named an Editor's Choice by the Historical Novels Review, the Historical Novel Society's quarterly review magazine!

Liz and I worked together on a developmental edit and a copyedit, and I designed the cover. HNR Reviewer Janice Ottersberg talks about what makes By Love Divided so special:

It is evident that Elizabeth St. John has done extensive research in writing this book based on her own family’s experiences during this time in history. The language she uses is so authentic. Her writing engages the senses with the sights, sounds, and smells of 17th-century life. Her world and characters are so real I wanted to remain there. I loved this book, and the Lydiard Chronicles are now on my list of all-time favorite historical novels. A fantastic read.

Click here to read the full review!

Are you a member of the Historical Novel Society? If you are a reader or writer of historical fiction, you should be! The society works hard to promote our favorite genre, including organizing awesome conferences, and their Facebook group is always a fun place to hang out.

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