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Monday, June 26, 2017

Lisa Haselton's Reviews and Interviews: Interview with historical fiction author Megan Eas...

I'm at Lisa's blog today, discussing Flight Before Dawn!

Lisa Haselton's Reviews and Interviews: Interview with historical fiction author Megan Eas...: Historical fiction author Megan Easley-Walsh joins me today to chat about her new suspense, Flight Before Dawn. Bio: Megan Easley-...

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Historical Details are Excellent... Definitely an Enjoyable Read!




Have you heard the good news? Macmillan is expanding my ebook distribution!
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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Digging Deep Into My Family's Past

Easley.

Cover for the Ebook of the Historical Fiction Novel with Magical Realism, What Edward Heard, by Bestselling Author Megan Easley-WalshIt's a last name that's not so common. In fact, in the United States, Easley can be traced to one ancestor. He arrived in the colony of Virginia in the early 1600s and was a French Huguenot. The family can be traced into Switzerland and they were silk merchants.

Is this sounding familiar? If you've read What Edward Heard, it will! In the book, Edward, a WWI veteran, is a central character. But, the painting that Francesco paints in Venice in 1566 is also a primary character. The painting travels from Venice to Edward in England in 1916. Along its way it encounters characters from many locations and time periods, including French Huguenots, silk merchants, and early settlers in Virginia.


Researching What Edward Heard allowed me to dig deep into my genealogy. Interesting titbits from family members are sprinkled throughout my novels, but What Edward Heard in particular allowed me to explore my background and some of the locations and professions that my ancestors lived in and took part in.
A strong component of What Edward Heard is the enduring legacy of items and bonds. In writing this story, I took part in strengthening the bond with my family's past. And yet... in the midst of the old, there is always something new to uncover. The painting reveals that. So too does the book.

My best to you all,
Megan



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Friday, June 9, 2017

Your Help is Needed to Solve a Mystery that Began Centuries Ago...


What Edward Heard's distribution is expanding! 
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