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Posts Tagged: Jocelyn Green

Three Historical Fiction Authors…Three-Book Giveaway! Q&A #1

Three Historical Fiction Authors...Three-Book Giveaway! Q&A #1 with Kristy Cambron, Jocelyn Green, and Sarah Sundin

Last week, three historical novels released, spanning the centuries. Jocelyn Green’s A Refuge Assured starts in the French Revolution, Kristy Cambron’s The Lost Castle is a “time-slip” novel with story lines during the French Revolution, in France leading up to D-day in World War II, and in modern times. And my The Sea Before Us… Read more »

Book Beat – Free to Lean by Jocelyn Green

Free to Lean by Jocelyn Green

Perhaps you’ve done one of these things… Agreed to do something you’re not good at just to please others. Taken on a hobby or activity you hate because your friends are doing it. Felt empty and unfulfilled because you’re not doing what you’re meant to do. In Free to Lean: Making Peace with Your Lopsided… Read more »

Book Beat – The Mark of the King by Jocelyn Green

The Mark of the King by Jocelyn Green

In 1719, midwife Julianne Chevalier is wrongfully convicted of murder, branded for her crime, and sentenced to life in Paris’s bleak prisons. When she is offered the choice of exile in the colony of Louisiana, she leaps at the opportunity, especially since her brother Benjamin serves as a soldier in New Orleans. However, her freedom… Read more »