Happy reading, #histfic fans!

This week the Debs are talking about the books we’ve read during our debut year. And while I’ve read outside of my historical fiction category — some great women’s fiction, chick lit, and thrillers — I spent a lot of time cozying up with my genre. Raise your hand if you also read any of these. If you haven’t had a chance yet, click on any of the covers below to hop on over to Goodreads and learn more!

The Mapmaker's Children by Sarah McCoy The Address by Fiona Davis Becoming Josephine by Heather Webb The Orphan's Tale by Pam Jenoff The Magician's Lie by Greer Macallister The Light of Paris by Eleanor Brown Fräulein M. by Caroline Woods The Wardrobe Mistress by Meghan Masterson The Boat Runner by Devin Murphy The Other Alcott by Elise Hooper Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys Girl In Disguise by Greer Macallister The Jane Austen Project by Kathleen A. Flynn Feast of Sorrow by Crystal King

Happy reading, #histfic fans! And hey, do you have any great historical fiction recommendations for me?

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Jenni L. Walsh spent her early years ​chasing around cats, dogs, and chickens in Philadelphia's countryside, before dividing time between a soccer field and a classroom at Villanova University. She put her marketing degree to good use as an advertising copywriter, zip-code hopping with her husband to DC, NYC, NJ, and not surprisingly, back to Philly. There, Jenni's passion for words continued, adding author to her resume. She now balances her laptop with a kid on each hip, and a four-legged child at her feet. BECOMING BONNIE (Tor Forge/Macmillan, 5/9/2017) is her debut novel that tells the untold story of how church-going Bonnelyn Parker becomes half of the infamous Bonnie and Clyde duo during the 1920s. SIDE BY SIDE, telling Bonnie and Clyde's crime spree story, will be released in the summer of 2018. Please learn more about Jenni's books at jennilwalsh.com.