“I cannot recommend this book enough. It was just incredible and it is certainly a strong contender for a place in the top 5 books that I have read this year so far.” Mary Anne Yarde from Myths, Legends, Books and Coffee Pots blog has written a wonderful review of Call to Juno. Many thanks! Read more reviews of Call… read more
I was delighted to provide an article for HISTORIA, the magazine of the Historical Writers’ Association, about Roman She Wolves, Night Moths and Tomb Whores. You can read the article here. Many thanks to Katherine Clements!
The smallest detail can lead to the deepest research. Deciding how to clothe my character, Pinna, as a Roman concubine proved to be more involved than I anticipated. Read about my research into the dress of Roman whores, matrons and concubines on Helen Hollick’s blog, Let’s Talk of Many Things. Read here. You can read my interview with Helen on… read more
“The author did a wonderful job at moving forward with the women in the story as well as the plot…This is an epic series and I’d highly recommend it.” Many thanks to Lauren Murphy for her generous review of Call to Juno on The Australian Bookshelf Litblog. You can read Lauren’s review here. You can read more reviews here.
“Elisabeth Storrs does a fantastic job in this book, bringing the ancient spiritual beliefs and emotional lives of her characters sharply into focus.” Susan McDuffie’s review of Call to Juno has been chosen as an Editor’s Choice by the Historical Novel Society. Absolutely thrilled it’s featured on the cover! Read the review on the Historical Novel Society’s webpage.. Read more… read more
“This books has it all! Beautiful prose, lush descriptions, a wonderfully evil villain, and a heroine and hero to fall in love with. Definitely recommended. One of my favorite trilogies!” Many thank to Mirella Patzer from Great Historicals for her wonderful review of Call to Juno! Read Mirella’s review here. Read more reviews of Call to Juno here.
Priestesses, divination and the role of women in the ancient past – all topics I explore in my guest post on Patricia Bracewell’s blog. Many thanks Pat! Read can the post here. You can read Pat’s interview with me on her sources of inspiration on Triclinium here.
“In the best historical fiction, clashes of civilization are humanized to show the true extent of the tragedy. Call to Juno, The Golden Dice, and The Wedding Shroud are in that category of the best.” Many thanks to Susan Coventry for her generous review on Reading World Litblog. It’s much appreciated. Read Susan’s review here. Read more reviews here.
“This is historical fiction at its best…” Folly Gleeson of Newtown Review of Books has given Call to Juno a wonderful review – many thanks to Folly as well as Linda Funnell and Jean Bedford for their support! Read Folly’s review here. Read more reviews here.
Many thanks to Maria Grazia Spila for her generous review of Call to Juno on Fly High blog. “One of the best trilogies set in the past I’ve ever read.” Wow! You can read the review here. Read more reviews here.