I have a bad habit.
I can see the ridiculous in . . . well . . . just about everything. Nothing is sacred. No one is safe. It’s a curse.
I love historical fiction, but when I write it, it comes out funny!
This leaves me stranded: a writer without a genre. There are historical romances . . . historical suspense novels . . . historical thrillers . . . historical mysteries. But historical humour? I’m afraid not.
So if you’d enjoy historical fiction with a lighter touch, you’re in luck! You’ve come to the right place.
Find out a bit about Once More, From the Beginning — the Old Testament, retold from a woman’s point of view, exposing all the funny bits. It’s a good place to start. After all, it starts . . . at the beginning.
And, in quite another vein, try Dodging Shells. Get into the head of a young Canadian soldier, fighting his way through Italy in World War II. Tommy has a sense of humour that makes even that dirty war a fun read.
You can learn more about me, too, if you like. There’s a whole page, just About Me.
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