Category Archives: historical novel

REVERBERATION, THE NOVEL

  Reverberation, The Novel, is a story of love and friendship, greed and survival set amid the changing social, religious and philosophical mores of early nineteenth-century America. Paperback and ebook available: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005YCZBXK Share this:

Posted in historical, historical fiction, historical novel | 18 Comments

“An Early Women’s Rights Advocate”

The following is an excerpted conversation between Sally Morley, one of the principles of Reverberation, The Novel, and Lucy McDougal, a supporting character. Lucy is patterned after early 19th-century reformers such as Fanny Wright and the Grimke sisters. These women … Continue reading

Posted in historical, historical fiction, historical novel | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

Reverberation, The Novel

_____________________________________________________________ “I love the ethical, moral and religious themes that were brought up by the story. Very complicated and messy, like in real life.”  | Quote from Katja Baker’s review of Reverberation, The Novel, my historical-fiction book . ______________________________________________________________ Excerpt from REVERBERATION, THE … Continue reading

Posted in historical, historical novel | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment