UPCOMING LIVE EVENTS
Episode 27: A Bakery in Paris, Aimee K. Runway
From the author of The School for German Brides, this captivating historical novel set in nineteenth-century and post–World War II Paris follows two fierce women of the same family, generations apart, who find that their futures lie in the four walls of a simple bakery in a tiny corner of Montmartre.
In Conversation with Author Emily Franklin About Her Novel The Lioness of Boston. Open to public, registration required
Episode 29: The Spectacular, Fiona Davis
From the New York Times Bestselling Author of The Magnolia Palace: A thrilling story about love, sacrifice, and the pursuit of dreams, set amidst the glamour and glitz of Radio City Music Hall in its mid-century heyday.
Join me at Ashland Public Library
WWII From Different Perspectives with William Martin Sweetser Lecture Series.
Tickets $15. “Goodnight from Paris: An Historical Novel Inspired by a True Story” and “December ’41: FDR, Churchill, and the Fearful Days After Pearl Harbor”
Goodnight from Paris by Jane Healey
The fabulous Leslie Zemeckis – Hollywood actress, bestselling author, documentarian, and one of the best bookstagrammer’s on Instagram – joins me to discuss Goodnight from Paris! She is incredibly supportive of authors and I’m so thrilled to have her co-host this virtual launch where we will discuss all things Goodnight from Paris, my novel inspired by the true story of Hollywood actress Drue Leyton during her life in France during WWII.
In this webinar, I present an in-depth look at the experiences of some of the real Red Cross Clubmobile Girls in Europe in December 1944. I talk about the events before, during and after Christmas 1944, including Glen Miller’s secret concerts and heartbreaking disappearance. Finally, I also share the more details about the Battle of the Bulge, including more details about the incredible true story of the Christmas Eve dinner between German and American soldiers in a Belgian family’s cabin in the woods.
I had the pleasure of joining this all-star historical fiction panel featuring bestselling authors Joy Jordan-Lake, Under a Gilded Moon; Fiona Davis, The Lions of Fifth Avenue; Ariel Lawhon, Code Name Hélène; and Lauren Willig, Band of Sisters. We discussed the history that isn’t taught to us in school–the forgotten people and events that inspire their hit novels.
In this Webinar, I present an in-depth look at the experiences of the Red Cross Clubmobile Girls during WWII in England.
My new book, The Secret Stealers, is coming and I can’t wait to tell you about it. No spoilers will be revealed, but I will share some of the fascinating history about the women of the Office of Strategic Services and the French Resistance during WWII.
I’ll share with you the inspiration behind my first novel. You’ll even see some of the actual pottery the Girls made.
HISTORICAL HAPPY HOUR
Hosted by Jane Healey, Historical Happy Hour is a live interview and podcast featuring premiere historical fiction authors and their latest novels.