What’s New in Historical Fiction – An Author Panel Hosted by History Through Fiction

What’s New in Historical Fiction – An Author Panel Hosted by History Through Fiction

Dear Readers,

In addition to being an independent author, I am the founder and editor of a small press called History Through Fiction. In a few days, History Through Fiction will be hosting What’s New in Historical Fiction, a virtual author panel featuring historical novelists with new and upcoming titles. As the host and moderator of the event, I’d like to invite you to join us! The inaugural panel of what I hope to be a continuous series will include Dietrich Kalteis, author of Under an Outlaw MoonPaula Martinac, author of Dear Miss Cushmanand Sarah Loudin Thomas, author of The Finder of Forgotten ThingsDon’t forget to read all the details for special deals and giveaways! 

Where: Crowdcast
When: Wednesday, November 17 @ 7pm Central
Learn more and Register

About the Authors

Dietrich Kalteis is an award-winning author of numerous novels and short stories. He is also the host of a monthly blog called Off the Cuff, a no-holds-barred and casual chat with guest authors on various aspects of writing and what they’re working on. His newest title, Under an Outlaw Moon, is based on the true story of Depression-era bank robbers Bennie and Stella Mae Dickson. She’s a teenage outsider longing to fit in. He’s a few years older and he’s trouble. They meet at a local skating rink and the sparks fly.

Paula Martinac is an award-winning author of seven fiction novels, three nonfiction books, and numerous articles, essays and short stories on LGBTQ themes. Also a playwright and teacher, Paula teaches fiction writing to undergraduates at UNC Charlotte and is an instructor and writing coach at Charlotte Center for the Literary Arts. Her newest novel, Dear Miss Cushman, which is set in 1850s Manhattan, features 18-year-old Georgiana Cartwright in a gender-bending role on stage that helps her find the courage to reject an arranged marriage and find love on her own terms.

Sarah Loudin Thomas is an award-winning author from West Virginia who writes Christian fiction that celebrates the people, the land, and the heritage of Appalachia. Sarah is a fund-raiser for a children’s ministry and currently lives near Asheville, North Carolina. Her new novel, The Finder of Forgotten Things, sees Sullivan Harris, an occasionally successful dowser, on the run after he promised the people of Kline, West Virginia, that he would find them water. After the Hawk’s Nest Tunnel disaster, Sulley finds something new—a desire to help. 

Deals and Giveaways
Ten registrants will receive a free Apple ebook of Under an Outlaw Moon. 

All registrants will receive an exclusive 30% off discount code for any all formats of Under an Outlaw Moon.

Ten registrants will receive a free downloadable ebook of Dear Miss Cushman. 

All registrants will receive an exclusive 25% off discount code for all formats of Dear Miss Cushman.  

All registrants will receive an exclusive 25% off discount code for all books in the History Through Fiction catalog

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