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Hearing Voices…from the Past

I’ve just written a guest post for a fellow Tudor novelist’s blog. It’s about growing up lonely and hearing voices…from the past. And wanting to give voice to the voiceless. Check it out here.

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Revolution of Tenderness Podcast Interview

Suzanne recently recorded a podcast with the Revolution of Tenderness. In it, she covers a wide range of topics, including when she realized she wanted to be a writer, why she loves to write historical fiction, and much more. You can listen to the podcast here.

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The New York Public Library Loves Nick Holt!

The New York Public Library just posted a list entitled “30 Historical Mystery Series to Get You Through Any Crisis” and Suzanne’s Elizabethan Spy Mysteries is included! And she’s in good company, because many of the authors listed are considered masters of their craft, including Fiona Buckley, Candace Robb, and Anna Lee Huber. “Filled with ...

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New Interview at Notre Dame

Suzanne has just given a fascinating interview, entitled “A Society Riddled with Suspicion and Paranoia” over at a web journal based at the Universty of Notre Dame. Check it out here!

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“A Murder by Any Name”: Out Now!

Suzanne M. Wolfe’s new novel, the first in a mystery series set in Elizabethan England, is now available! A Murder by Any Name: An Elizabethan Spy Mystery has already received praise from acclaimed writers and book review sites. The court of Elizabeth I is no stranger to plotting and intrigue, but the royal retinue is thrown into ...

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Confessions Wins Christianity Today Book Award

The Confessions of X has won the 2017 Christianity Today Book of the Year Award in the category of fiction. The citation reads as follows: “In this gripping, beautifully written historical novel, Wolfe brings the ancient city of Carthage to life, immersing readers in the experiences that shaped the theology of Augustine of Hippo. In her deftly told and ...

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A Closer Look at The Confessions of X

My (admittedly biased) friend and colleague from Seattle Pacific University, Jeffrey Overstreet, has launched a new series on his blog in which he looks at the first chapter of a book. The series is called “To Read or Not to Read.” And he chose The Confessions of X for his inaugural post in the series. ...

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Elliott Bay Book Company Reading!

My book launch was held on February 6 at Elliott Bay Book Company, Seattle’s leading independent bookstore. There was a marvelous crowd, including new and old friends, colleagues, and current and former students. [envira-gallery id=”183″]

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