Over at Historical-fiction.com, Arleigh has a guest post from S J A Turney, author of Marius Mule, and also is giving away 3 copies of the book. Details can be found here.
Amy from Passages to the Past has an interview with Donna Woolfolk Cross on her blog today.
I don't know about anyone else but I have been reading a few posts from people who attending the Historical Novel Society conference last weekend and getting exceedingly jealous. I am semi-seriously considering trying to attend the next US one, but that may well be a pipe dream. So, if like me, you need to attend vicariously, Sarah Johnson from Reading the Past has a wrap up post with lots of links to posts by people who did attend.
You can listen to an interview with Sarah Dunant about her new book, Sacred Hearts at Interview Online. This is the third book that Dunant has written set in the Italian Renaissance after Birth of Venus and In the Company of the Courtesan.