Prehistoric Fiction Authors: Great Books For You
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Prehistoric Fiction Authors: Great Books For You

In honor of my upcoming prehistoric fiction release, I wanted to share other authors who write in this genre. There aren’t many of us, so I want to spotlight those who made this my genre. Jean Auel Author of the ever-popular Earth’s Children (including Clan of the Cave Bear). This is arguably the most popular … Continue reading

Today’s #AtoZChallenge:  Genres–Paleohistoric Fiction
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Today’s #AtoZChallenge: Genres–Paleohistoric Fiction

The A to Z Challenge asks bloggers to post every day except Sundays during the month of April on a thematic topic. This year, my second year with A to Z, I’ll cover writing genres. Today’s genre: Paleohistoric Fiction Definition Paleo-historic fiction (aka Prehistoric fiction): Historic fiction set in prehistoric times Continue reading

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Book Review: Interrupt

Interrupt by Jeff Carlson My rating: 5 of 5 stars View all my reviews Received for review from Amazon Vine I am an armchair paleoanthropologist, so any novel that even hints at early man gets my attention. What a rich time in human history, when nature ruled and man–without the ferocious mammalian tools of claws, ripping teeth, … Continue reading