Monthly Archive: July, 2021

Celebrating Historical Fiction!


by Linda Bennett Pennell This was my first ever post for History Imagined and I thought the topic was worth visiting again. I believe that historical fiction is experiencing a renewed popularity and… Continue reading

Women’s Rights, Male Suffragists and Bronze Statues- Oh My!


Today my First Friday guest is Gail Ward Olmsted, whose latest work of historical fiction features a distant relative. The name Olmsted should be familiar to readers, and yes, it is THAT Olmsted!… Continue reading