EXSILIUM has been on tour

Even though I’ve been writing and publishing for nearly fourteen years, I’m still touched by the generosity, friendliness  and willingness to collaborate of the writing community. Writing might be considered a solo task, but it’s not. Launching a book certainly isn’t.

So here I want to publicly thank all those who have helped me launch this second Roman Nova Foundation story. I’ve included the link where they hosted EXSILIUM, but in any case, go and visit their sites!

Tony Riches, writer of excellent Tudor period stories
My guest post featuring series 

Debbie Young, indefatigable author of cozy mysteries
My guest post – in conversation about our books

Anna Belfrage, multi published author of historical and time travel fiction
My guest post about the background and setting of Roma Nova

J J Marsh, crime fiction writer turned historical fiction writer
Interview about exile, narrators and tough gals

Elizabeth St.John, historical novelist extraordinaire
Interview about writing, characters and names

David’s Book Blurg, one of my favourite book bloggers!
10 Questions interview and (wonderful!) review

Antoine Vanner, naval historical fiction author of the 19th century
Very thoughtful analysis and review

J G Harlond, writer of crime and historical fiction
My guest post about imagining Roma Nova
And a lovely review

Lorna Fergusson’s Fictionfire, author, editor, coach
Anachronisms ‘R’ Us guestpost

JaffaReadsToo, staunch friend of Roma Nova since the beginning
Excerpt and wonderful review

M K Tod’s A Writer of History
Feature  and guest post ‘Hidden or merely unknown history’

Charlene Newcomb, historical and scifi novelist
Talking About the Book review  and interview

Helen Hollick’s Let Us Talk of Many Things blog
Mini feature and excerpt

Lucienne Boyce, historical and biography author
Very thoughtful review

Christina Courtenay and the Word Wenches blog
Guest interview and short excerpt

And a special thank you to all reviewers – on their blogs and/or on retailer stores. Reviews are essential more than ever in a world where millions of books are available to buy.

Reviews really do help to increase a book’s visibility and introduce other readers to the mysterious world of Roma Nova.

Well, I’d better get back to writing…

Alison Morton is the author of Roma Nova thrillers –  INCEPTIO, CARINA (novella), PERFIDITAS, SUCCESSIO,  AURELIA, NEXUS (novella), INSURRECTIO  and RETALIO,  and ROMA NOVA EXTRA, a collection of short stories.  Audiobooks are available for four of the series. Double Identity, a contemporary conspiracy, starts a new series of thrillers. JULIA PRIMA,  Roma Nova story set in the late 4th century, starts the Foundation stories. The sequel, EXSILIUM, is now out.

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