Enjoy historical fiction? Like short stories?
Then dive into this collection of historical shorts by an award-winning author. You'll find stories of heroism, love, and adventure such as a panicked bachelor faced with an arranged marriage, a young boy torn between love for his ailing grandmother and duty to an Empress, and a runaway Roman Senator’s daughter seeking a new life as a gladiatrix. Whether set in imperial Rome, colonial America, or a Viking raid, these stories bring to life men and women struggling to survive and thrive--the eternal human condition.
“The periods are terribly alive, the storytelling wonderful…”–Stephanie Cowell, author of Claude and Camille: A Novel of Monet
About the Author
Faith L. Justice writes in her historic land marked home “The Suffragette House” in Brooklyn, New York where she lives with her family and the required gaggle of cats. Her award-winning fiction has appeared in such publications as Circles in the Hair, The Copperfield Review, and Beyond Science Fiction and Fantasy. She’s published articles in such venues as Salon.com, Writer's Digest, and The Writer. Faith is Chair of the Historical Novel Society--New York City chapter and Associate Editor for Space and Time Magazine. She co-founded a writer’s workshop many more years ago than she likes to admit. For fun, she digs in the dirt – her garden and various archaeological sites.