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Jessica Brockmole

Jessica Brockmole

Jessica har alltid älskat historia och lägger stor vikt vid detaljer!

Jessica Brockmole växte upp i mellanvästra USA men började skriva Breven från ön (Letters from Skye) under tiden hon bodde i Edinburgh. Efter att hennes andra barn fötts spenderade hon och hennes man en vecka på avlägsna Isle of Skye. Berättelsen föddes på hemresan och hon började skriva ner anteckningar sittandes i bilen. Först liknade det inte så mycket en roman utan snarare ett brev till henne själv, nerskrivet sent på natten när alla andra hade gått och lagt sig. Ett brev som påminde henne att inte tappa kontakten med de människor hon älskade, och som försäkrade henne att hon, efter att hon utmanat sina rädslor, skulle komma ut på andra sidan som en starkare människa. 


Jessica lever i Indiana med sin man och två barn. Breven från ön (Letters from Skye) är hennes debutroman och har hittills sålts till 22 länder. Hon har även skrivit At the Edge of Summer som släpps i USA maj 2016. 


 

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  • 2017-06-23 15:04:51 Jessica Brockmole
    I adore this series and, now, this giveaway. Five of @jobourne's Spymaster books with a perfume to match each book'… https://t.co/YAoNfW1E5c

  • 2017-06-23 14:39:19 Jessica Brockmole
    RT @MuseumofCityNY: #otd in 1868, Christopher Latham Sholes received a patent for an invention he called the "Type-Writer." https://t.co/VZ…

  • 2017-06-23 13:40:20 Jessica Brockmole
    RT @TIMEHistory: 3 ways populations were counted before the U.S. Census https://t.co/YmNTivWpda

  • 2017-06-23 13:27:54 Jessica Brockmole
    Excellent thread on viewing the past as the diverse, complex place that it was, outside of our own modern lenses. https://t.co/FJ9fRS0Fa7

  • 2017-06-23 13:23:04 Jessica Brockmole
    RT @FernRiddell: For every child being taught history today, they need to know the past was diverse and complex.

  • 2017-06-23 12:59:01 Jessica Brockmole
    RT @NorwichCastle: This patchwork dressing gown was made for a recovering WWI soldier by his mother, and passed on through the generations…

  • 2017-06-22 20:09:45 Jessica Brockmole
    RT @ThisIsArchives: The "Miss Archives" contest!?! Yep. It was a real thing. https://t.co/eJE59TlulS #womenMW #storiesMW #MuseumWeek https:…

  • 2017-06-22 20:03:48 Jessica Brockmole
    RT @StudebakerMus: #Studebaker often shipped cars by rail to its dealers. Rail shipments required deft handling in tight quarters! #throwb…

  • 2017-06-22 20:02:35 Jessica Brockmole
    The now-ubiquitous newspaper horoscope first made its appearance in 1930. https://t.co/u4KRtdvTxM

  • 2017-06-22 18:17:51 Jessica Brockmole
    Writing can be frustrating. But I remind myself that, in my line of work, risks don’t include venomous snakes.

  • 2017-06-22 17:56:39 Jessica Brockmole
    RT @BookBub: 20 #HistoricalFiction Books Coming Out This Summer https://t.co/9qyNp0QTjp incl. @jabrockmole @KMFollett https://t.co/AEC991CF…

  • 2017-06-21 20:24:19 Jessica Brockmole
    RT @BNTeens: "I love you, I say to him, only it comes out Hey. So damn much, he says back, only it comes out Dude." -@jandynelson https://t…

  • 2017-06-21 20:12:53 Jessica Brockmole
    RT @SmithsonianMag: Before baking powder hit the scene in 1856, making cake was not a piece of cake. https://t.co/sLiXpsODsz

  • 2017-06-21 19:46:27 Jessica Brockmole
    Dedication and determination brought books into the hands of readers in far-flung parts of Kentucky. https://t.co/6VSh2B7Lle

  • 2017-06-21 16:24:08 Jessica Brockmole
    32 of the Most Popular Toys From the Last 145 Years https://t.co/Cq6Bj5nmoX https://t.co/BUeRoI8MfD

  • 2017-06-21 15:59:06 Jessica Brockmole
    RT @askhistorians: I'm a Wall St finance guy in the 1920s. How would I be feeling the day before the crash of 1929? https://t.co/NKt3eLG9E…

  • 2017-06-21 14:58:33 Jessica Brockmole
    RT @CNNPhotos: A hole punched through history: https://t.co/hxqtwBzH9L #TBT https://t.co/vEebEKCf2W

  • 2017-06-21 14:27:00 Jessica Brockmole
    The first ballpoint pen sold in the U.S. in 1945 was advertised as able to "write under water (handy for mermaids).… https://t.co/Wc9aOxzCaW

  • 2017-06-21 14:04:53 Jessica Brockmole
    The modest index card, invented in the 18th century, provided the foundation for today’s Internet search engines. https://t.co/EAVN9b9pTp