Jessica Brockmole havs been enamored with historical fiction since she was old enough to sit still for bedtime readings of the Laura Ingalls Wilder books. Now, she writes stories of her own (and is much better at sitting still). When not writing, Shecan be found reviewing historical fiction as part of the Historical Novels Review's editorial team. She enjoys getting lost in secondhand book stores and sifting through odd bits of ephemera and calling it "research".
Genres: General Fiction
Fall of Poppies (2016) (with others)
Novellas and Short Stories
Something Worth Landing For (2016)
Jessica Brockmole recommends
Impossible Saints (2018)
"Harwood brings us vividly and convincingly into the past, as we see the whirlwind of social changes in early twentieth century England through the lives of two passionate and authentic characters."
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