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Fierce, Feisty Women (3 Minutes with Author Kerry Chaput)

If you're a fan of historical fiction or thinking about trying it on for size, be sure to check out my interview with the award-winning Kerry Chaput who writes the genre with "a lot of action adventure...[and] fierce, feisty women who are out to change the world." DAUGHTER OF SNOW AND SECRETS, the third and final installment in her Defying the Crown series released today and can be found everywhere books are sold.

Join Kerry and I as we talk about the research required to write historical fiction, her writing process and her latest release. WATCH NOW.


1681. Isabelle lives safely in Geneva but travels to the French countryside along secret Huguenot trails to rescue Protestants from the king's vicious dragonnade program. She protects her family from the dangers of battling the Royal Army, but her wild daughter Elizabeth has other ideas. Eager to prove herself, Elizabeth attempts a solo rescue that goes horribly wrong. Isabelle comes out of hiding and travels to Paris while all of France wants her dead.

On a dangerous mission to Versailles, old enemies threaten to tear her family apart. She must rely on surprising allies and the daughter she's fought to protect to keep them alive and rescue every Protestant in France.

Up next, my interview with historical fiction author Kimberly Nixon.


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