Historical Fiction Challenge 2017 - My Sign Up Post

Hosted by: Passages to the Past.
Challenge period: 1st January to 31st December, 2017
Sign up: anytime during the year

All the details are available on the sign-up page.

There are six different reading levels: 20th Century Reader (2 books), Victorian Reader (5 books), Renaissance Reader (10 books), Medieval (15 books), Ancient History (25 books) and Prehistoric (50+ books).


Any sub-genre is acceptable: Historical Romance, Historical Mystery, Family Sagas, Historical Fantasy, Young Adult Historical Fiction, Military and Nautical Historical Fiction etc.

I'm signing up for the Prehistoric level (50+ books) and these are some of the books I intend to read for this challenge.



01. Coachman by Sue Millard
02. Late Harvest by Fiona Buckley
03. The Hourglass by Tracy Rees
04. The Vanishing by Sophia Tobin
05. Crimson and Bone by Marina Fiorato
06. Beyond the Wild River by Sarah Maine
07. The Witchfinders' Sister by Beth Underdown
08. May 1812 by M.M. Bennetts
09. A Column of Fire by Ken Follett
13. The Devil's Feast by M.J. Carter
14. The Silent Boy by Andrew Taylor
15. Set in Stone by Robert Goddard
16. My Father's Moon by Elizabeth Jolley
17. And Then Mine Enemy by Alison Stuart
18. The Currency Lass by Tea Cooper
19. The Crown Spire by Catherine Curzon and Willow Winsham
20. My Love Must Wait by Ernestine Hill
21. Skylarking by Kate Mildenhall
22. Mayfield by Joy Chambers
23. Ambulance Girls by Deborah Burrows
24. Whispers in the Wind by Janet Woods
25. The Bishop's Girl by Rebecca Burns
26. A Woman of Spirit by Kate Loveday
27. The Convict Maiden by Robert Reuland
28. The Daughters of Red Hill House by Katherine McGurl
29. The Unmourned by Meg and Tom Keneally
30. Shadow of the Moon by M.M. Kaye
31. Land of Golden Wattle by J.H. Fletcher
32. From This Valley by Murray Harvey
33. For Two Cents I'll Go With You by Marcia Maxwell
34. Salt Creek by Lucy Treloar
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2 comments:

  1. Good luck with this! I'm also taking part in this challenge at the prehistoric level, but I haven't made a list in advance. I'm hoping to read The Witchfinder's Sister, Crimson and Bone and A Column of Fire this year too.

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    1. I like making lists :-) Whether or not I stick to them is another thing. Good luck with the challenge too!

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