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Kat Martin | Trapped in the Past


Trapped in the past for nearly two years, I have written four historicals in a row! I much prefer to mix in Contemporary Romantic Suspense, but contract obligations made it impossible.

The good news is, when you are writing in a certain time period, you begin to get a feel for that period. Mostly, my historicals have been set in the Regency Period, but a few years ago, I got an itch to move on, and so I set The Heart Trilogy: HEART OF HONOR, HEART OF FIRE, and just released, HEART OF COURAGE, in London in the 1850’s.





3 comments posted.

Re: Kat Martin | Trapped in the Past

I enjoy all your books. I have read Heart of Honor and will need to look for Heart of Fire and Heart of Courage.
(Pam Alderson 1:25pm January 7, 2009)

Have read your historicals in the past
and really enjoyed them. You do a
very good job of setting the tone for
the period in which the story happens.
Your characters are rich and wonderful
to get to know. They are "real" and I
find myself invested in the turmoil of
their lives. I find myself going back to
my favorite books just to read certain
scenes. Keep up the good writing.
(Patricia Barraclough 12:44pm January 12, 2009)

Well said, Patricia B. the previous comment! All I can sy is DITTO!!! Best to you & many more successful books.
(Jean Merriott 3:16pm January 18, 2009)

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