October was a good month for historical fiction with 30 reviews on 21 books.
Coming in with repeat reviews, we have:
The Fossil Hunter by Tea Cooper – 5 reviews
The Last of the Apple Blossom by Mary-Lou Stephens – 2 reviews
Echoes of War by Tania Blanchard – 1 review and 1 interview
I’d like to give a shout out to Mrs B’s Book Reviews for her contributions throughout October. In addition to the interview above, she added the following historical fiction reviews and interviews into our database:
A further shout out to Ktbookbingo who consistently links historical fiction reviews month by month:
Thanks to the following reviewers for their reviews on a couple of older titles, which is always nice to see:
L. Kahler with The Things She Owned by Katherine Tamiko Arguile
Jemimah – Oddfeather blog with Wearing Paper Dresses by Anne Brinsden
Next month will be my last historical fiction round up. From 2022, the website will no longer host a challenge for works by contemporary authors, but will instead focus on 19th- and 20th-century authors who may not have achieved prominence in their lifetimes, or whose works have been forgotten and/or overlooked. The reading and reviewing activity initiated by the challenge will continue in our Facebook groups, Love Reading Books by Aussie Women and Australian Women Writers News and Events. If you aren’t a member of these groups, please do head over and join.
Until next month…