Of Honest Fame has had another excellent review on the website Broken Teepee.
“I found myself lost,” wrote the reviewer, “in story full of page turning intrigue. And not the whitewashed type you get in some novels, the real look over your shoulder because someone is trying to kill you intrigue.”
The reviewer went on: “This is a thinking person’s book. … An excellent book for someone who truly loves history and how people react to war.”
We’re very glad you enjoyed it.
The review site “A Moment With Mystee” has just reviewed Of Honest Fame. Click here or on the image below to read what Mystee has to say.
She’s also running a giveaway for a free copy of the book (closing date 20th December).
Check out Jenni James’s amazing Christmas giveaway offer in celebration of Of Honest Fame! Click the image below to visit her blog and find out more.
Check out the book trailer for Of Honest Fame – released today as part of M.M. Bennetts’s virtual book tour with Pump Up Your Book.
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Noted historical novelist of all things Napoleonic, M.M. Bennetts has kindly consented to take time out from riding horses across the Hampshire downs to discuss the problem of recreating how people might have spoken long before electronic recording
I’m a perfectionist. I know, I know, the fastest way to drive yourself crazy.
I’m also a stickler for detail. Yes, that’s right, the second most direct route to madness. Particularly if you’re a historian writing historical fiction.
Together these two probably constitute the fastest way to send yourself round the twist, or perhaps the quickest route to total eccentricity.
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M.M. Bennetts’s latest online interview reveals the story behind the story of Of Honest Fame. And what a story! – two hundred years old, to be sure, but with some surprising resonances for the moral complexities of the twenty-first century.
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