About Samantha

Thank you for visiting my blog! Join me in exploring history and visiting some remarkable historic places.

If you have enjoyed any of my historical novels, you will learn more about the history behind them here. And sometimes I take off on historical tangents unrelated to my books, so have a look around and join in the discussions. All comments are welcome!

I am currently working on my first nonfiction project. Women of the American Revolution will be published by Pen & Sword Book in July 2022. I'm excited to begin sharing my journey into American independence with you! 

You can also connect with me on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Goodreads or visit my Amazon author page.

Happy reading!
~ Samantha

10 comments:

  1. I don't know why it has taken me so long to follow your blog - I think I thought I had already done so until today when I was messing around with my own templates and looking for ideas from others that I realized oops! Had not yet done so.

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  2. New Year's best wishes, Samantha Wilcoxson. Living on the wrong side of the pond too, a huge medieval French history enthusiast. Would you consider reviewing my latest release, Sense of Touch, based on life of Anne of Brittany? Historical Novel Society calls it "a striking story." http://lrd.to/Sense_of_Touch. Let me know if you would like one of your own books reviewed, and I will jump on it. THANK YOU!

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    1. Thanks for contacting me, Rozsa. I will be in touch.

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  4. Add me to newsletter at k527@msn.com

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    1. Thanks, Karen! It looks like you are subscribed. :-D

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  5. Loved Faithful Traitor, Samantha! Thanks for bringing the sights, smells, and feelings of 16th century England to life! I have just downloaded your work on Eliz of York!!
    Bill Wolff

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    1. Thanks so much, Bill! I hope you enjoy Elizabeth's story as well. :-)

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  6. I read your book about Elizabeth of York. I love the way you tried to capture her personality. It was beautifully written and has given me an even greater appreciation for this very special woman. Thank you for writing it.

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