Five Surprising things about the Colonial Backcountry

Five surprising things about the colonial backcountry

Lady Smut

By Liz Everly

Tempting Will McGlashen by Liz Everly - 500I’m so thankful that my fellow Lady Smut bloggers are celebrating the release of TEMPTING WILL McGLASHEN with me this week. Today is release day–YAY!

This book is very special to me—I wrote it a few summers ago, asking questions of my historian husband and my agent Sharon Bowers along the way. I learned lot during that summer about history, writing, and the business.  Our passion for reading and history is one of the many things that has brought my husband and I together.

One of the intriguing things about history is how perceptions of it often don’t stack up to the reality of it—which is why when I read about something that kicks my school-learning-belief system in the head, my writer’s ears prick. Being married to a historian has given me a keen sense of how history written in books skims the surface. My husband has taught me to look…

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