Book Reviews and Wallpaper proclaims “The past and present come together in … House of Eire. In some part of us there is a yearning to discover where we come from and who we are. Hilary Broome is no exception [and although she] seems like the average human that lives in California, this is […]
Bless Their Hearts Mom asked about the “Donald” and “Hillary” in House of Eire! Glad to note just how those names show up in suspense series Book 3, released this summer, so loaded with dramatic presidential candidate conflicts!
Deal Sharing Aunt can’t wait for book 4, House of Hoops, about a quarter […]
Over the Hills and Far Away describes Hillary Broome’s Irish adventure–in Italian! From the engaging first paragraph: …la terra magica per eccellenza.. l’Irlanda. Sono felice di ospitare una tappa del blog tour dedicato al romanzo di June Gillam, House of Eire a cui è abbinato anche un giveaway internazionale che vedrà 10 fortunati vincitori […]
Enter the free Goodreads Giveaway for a copy of House of Eire, so you can travel with Hillary Broome from California to Ireland, the land of a thousand welcomes which hides an American developer among its boggy secrets below the shamrocks.
What ghostly surprises await Hillary in Eire?
Come by and help me celebrate the release of Hillary Broome Novel #3! I’ll be in the CA Authors Booth in the Counties Building A/B on July 10, 15, and 19. On days when I’m not in the booth, the books will still be […]
Wondering how to deal with point of view (POV) in story? I’m working with an author who got a mixed review on Amazon.com due to shifting points of view. In getting ready to meet with her, I’ve been studying information and examples on point of view in both stories and in reviews.
More than […]
IMHO, one of the best panels at last week’s Left Coast Crime (LCC) 2014 conference was “The Heart and Soul of Murder.” Moderated by Jacqueline Winspear, panelists included Ann Cleeves, Deborah Crombie, and Louise Penney. Yesterday at a planning session for Auburn’s Gold Country Book […]
One of my student writers wants to use omniscient point of view for her historical novel–an admirable but not an easy goal! For her Story Workshop in Sacramento a few years back, Zoe Keithley had us read Harriet Doerr’s novel CONSIDER THIS, SENORA. Zoe advised us to pay close […]
Super happy that my English 1B students genuinely seem to love The Secret History by Donna Tartt (one of my fav novels of all time). In their small group discussions, common remarks are similar […]
Persistence wins again! After starting House of Cuts in 2005, I put it aside to care for darling hubby Jerry in 2006 when he lost his left leg above the knee to the complications of diabetes. He passed away in 2009, and it took some time to get back to working on House of Cuts, […]
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