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Denny S Bryce

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An award-winning author, Denny S Bryce won the RWA Golden Heart® and was a three-time GH finalist, including twice for WILD WOMEN AND THE BLUES. She also writes book reviews for NPR Books and entertainment articles for FROLIC Media.

The former professional dancer is a public relations professional who spent over two decades, running her marketing and event management firm. For nearly 10 of those years, however, she wrote and read Buffy/Spike fan fiction. A devoted fan of genre TV, some of her favorites include Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Firefly, and Angel (the TV series). She is also a classic film buff and an early 20th-century American history lover.

She is represented by Nalini Akolekar, Spencerhill Associates. A member of the Historical Novel Society, Women's Fiction Writers Association, and Novelists, Inc., she is a frequent speaker at author events and lives in Northern Virginia.

Genres: Historical
Denny S Bryce recommends
Carolina Built (2022)
Kianna Alexander
"Carolina Built by Kianna Alexander tells the inspiring story of the real-life historical figure Josephine Napoleon Leary, the North Carolina former slave but free wife and mother who eventually becomes a real estate tycoon. A character-driven tale, Carolina Built delves expertly into the daily life of a woman whose small battles provide as much texture and passion as her and her husband's entrepreneurial ambition. It's a thrill to read a novel about a Black woman who is as successful in business as she is a wife and mother, especially in a story told in the South during the post-Civil War decades."
Last Call at the Nightingale (2022)
(Last Call at the Nightingale, book 1)
Katharine Schellman
"This sharply paced, queer murder mystery, set in 1920s New York City, offers equal amounts of atmosphere, danger, and crime-solving. Independent-minded and sometimes foolishly fearless, Vivian is a multi-faceted protagonist who immerses readers into this stunning tale. Schellman is at the top of her craft and delivers a murder mystery with clever twists and turns and memorable personalities."
Mademoiselle Revolution (2022)
Zoe Sivak
"The Haitian Revolution of the 1790s kicks off an adventurous journey.... Sivak creates riveting characters and infuses historical figures in[to] a compelling novel about a self-centered girl who grows into a strong-minded woman in a triumphant tale."

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