WHISPERS IN THE CANYON: Historical Novel Society Review

I am so proud to announce that the HISTORICAL NOVEL SOCIETY printed a review of my debut novel in their magazine of May 2020. (Note: I removed the spoiler sentence for those who haven’t read it. Otherwise, it’s a word for word transcription.) WHISPERS IN THE CANYON Review by Brodie Curtis The Donovan family, led … Continue reading WHISPERS IN THE CANYON: Historical Novel Society Review

DEFINING GENRE (or when is Western not a Western?)

One of the most difficult things about writing fiction is deciding on a genre, particularly when your work hits several of them tangentially. I’m writing a series of novels that feature a family of Irish immigrants who settle in America after the Great Potato Famine of 1845-1852, each with a central romance and a dash … Continue reading DEFINING GENRE (or when is Western not a Western?)

Whispers In The Canyon: Finalist for Best Historical Romance

Good grief! I was notified late last week that Whispers In The Canyon is a finalist for The Coffee Pot Book Club's Best Historical Romance of 2019. Since I have no words, I'll just stop here. UPDATE: Whispers in the Canyon received an Honorable Mention. I'm so pleased to be in the Top 5 recommended … Continue reading Whispers In The Canyon: Finalist for Best Historical Romance