Historical Fiction Reading Challenge 2014

Given that historical fiction is one of my favorite genres, it's no wonder I love (and always beat) this challenge. So of course, I'm signing up once more for the Historical Fiction Reading Challenge hosted by Historical Tapestry.

Last year I read nearly 80 historical novels, more than half of what I read in total last year, so I'm aiming big once more: Prehistoric - 50+ books. I don't know if I can beat my 2013 reading of 80, so I'm aiming for 60 historical novels for this year!

Read

Elizabeth Blackwell, While Beauty Slept
D.W. Bradbridge, The Winter Siege
Emma Campion, A Triple Knot
Megan Chance, Inamorata
Ruth Hull Chatlien, The Ambitious Madame Bonaparte
Kim Cooper, The Kept Girl
Laurel Corona, The Mapmaker's Daughter
Lynn Cullen, Mrs. Poe 
Michelle Diener, Mistress of the Wind
Nicole Dweck, The Debt of Tamar
Kari Edgren, Goddess Born
Colin Falconer, Isabella: Braveheart of France
Tom Franklin and Beth Ann Fennelly, The Tilted World
J. Boyce Gleason, Anvil of God
Sandra Gulland, The Shadow Queen
Ned Hayes, Sinful Folk
Nancy Horan, Under the Wide and Starry Sky
Marci Jefferson, Girl on the Golden Coin
Lois Leveen, Juliet's Nurse 
M.J. Neary, Never Be At Peace
Sally O'Reilly, Dark Aemilia
Elaine Neil Orr, A Different Sun
Lauren Owen, The Quick 
Nicky Penttila, An Untitled Lady
Laura Purcell, Queen of Bedlam
Deanna Raybourn, Night of a Thousand Stars
Shannon Selin, Napoleon in America
Jan Shapin, A Snug Life Somewhere
Nina Siegal, The Anatomy Lesson
Phyllis T. Smith, I Am Livia
Carol Strickland, The Eagle and the Swan
Deborah Swift, Shadow on the Highway
Sam Thomas, The Harlot's Tale
Stephanie Thornton, Daughter of the Gods
Various, A Day of Fire: A Novel of Pompeii
Heather Webb, Becoming Josephine
Ann Weisgarber, The Promise
Michele Zackheim, Last Train to Paris

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