News

February 22nd 2014: Tinney reads from A Thing Done at Mystery to Me bookstore, Madison WI.

February 2014: Cas O’Connor’s review of A Thing Done is published in Renaissance Magazine, issue 95.

December 21st 2013: A Thing Done is reviewed by Louise Rule on The Review Group.

December 12th 2013: Tinney is interviewed by Maria Grace on her blog, Random Bits of Fascination.

October 30th 2013: One of Tinney’s blogposts on what you may miss when reading on Kindle is referenced in the blog Paths to the Past.

September 8th 2013: Tinney is interviewed by Sandra Alvarez at medievalists.net, and talks about A Thing Done and her future work.

August 28th: A Thing Done is reviewed by Jeff Cotton at Fictional Cities website.

August 12th 2013: A Thing Done is reviewed by Mirella Sichirollo Patzer on her blog Great Historicals.

August 2 2013: Tinney is interviewed by David William Wilkins on his blog The Things that Catch my Eye.

August 1 2013: Following Erin’s review on July 25 2013 (see below), Erin has interviewed Tinney on her blog, Oh, for the hook of a book.

July 28 2013: A review of A Thing Done published by Sandra Alvarez at medievalists.net.

July 25 2013: A review of A Thing Done published in Erin Al-Mehairi’s blog, Oh, for the hook of a book.

June 21-23 2013: 5th North American Historical Novel Society Conference, St. Petersburg, FL. Tinney participated in a book signing.

May 1 2013: A review of A Thing Done published in Historical Novel Review.

March 4-25 2013: Goodreads Giveaway of three copies of A Thing Done.

March 1 2013: Elizabeth Caulfield Felt interviewed Tinney on her blog. Principal topic is A Thing Done.

February 27 2013: Judith Starkston has posted a review of A Thing Done at Poisoned Pen Blog.

January 31 and February 4 2013: Unusual Historicals featured A Thing Done with an excerpt posted on January 31, and a question and answer session on February 4.

January 29 2013: Fly High! interviewed Tinney, and posted an excerpt from A Thing Done.

January 14 – 25 2013: Virtual blog tour, arranged by Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours. Individual events as follows:

December 14 2012: A guest post entitled “Sicilian Puppets, a Living Tradition” on Sandy Frykholm’s blog The Italian South.

Weekend of December 1 2012: Guest post on Royalty Free Fiction.

October 31 2012: A Thing Done (Kindle edition) becomes available through Amazon US and UK. Nook edition follows two days later.