ABOUT THIS WEBSITE
The Historical Fiction Authors Cooperative (HFAC) is an international group of authors who first teamed up in 2010 to offer readers a selection of high-quality historical fiction e-books. HFAC membership is by invitation only, allowing us to assure the quality of the books we feature on this site.
You can search for books by historical period—Ancient, Medieval, 15-16th Centuries, 17-18th Centuries, 19th Century or 20th Century—or by Author, or browse our entire Catalog. Visit our Blog for posts by HFAC authors on researching and writing historical fiction.
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HFAC is governed by an elected Board of Directors that operates according to our member-written Bylaws.
Libi Astaire, HFAC’s newest member, adds to our catalog five novels set in the 19th and 20th century, all of them focusing on Jewish history.
Sarah Woodbury‘s Ashes of Time, the seventh novel in her After Cilmeri series, will be published March 25.
Sarah Woodbury brings us The Fallen Princess, her fourth Gareth and Gwen medieval mystery.
IJ Parker‘s The Crane Pavilion, the twelfth novel in her amazing Akitada series, is now available.
JJ Toner‘s second WWII novel, The Wings of the Eagle, has just been published.
Annmarie Banks‘ first 20th Century novel, Blue Damask, is available through our Catalog.
Beverle Graves Myers‘ Whispers of Vivaldi, the sixth in her Tito Amato Series, is now in our Catalog.
Cheri Lasota‘s new YA novel, Echoes in the Glass, is available now.
M. Louisa Locke is currently in the “Author Spotlight” at the CreateSpace Community.
Priscilla Royal‘s latest medieval mystery, Covenant with Hell, is now available.
Loretta Proctor‘s fourth novel, Dying Phoenix, is now in our Catalog.
Karen Perkins, HFAC’s newest member, adds three books—Thores-Cross, Ill Wind, and Dead Reckoning—to our 17th-18th Century list.
Steve Bartholomew‘s latest novel, Black Bart Reborn, is now available.
Sarah Woodbury’s most recent book in the Time Travel series After Cilmeri, Ashes of Time, is our newest featured book. In this blog piece Woodbury explains where the series got its name.
W. K. Berger’s novel about a famous Jewish gang in 1920′s Detroit, The Purples, is our second featured book. Berger describes how he came to write this book, a departure from his non-fiction work, in this blog piece.