Tag Archive: historical fiction

Pilate and Claudia

“I thrust my hand towards him, and bellowed, ‘Behold, the Man!'”

Garments of Red: A Short Story of the Christian Martyrs

“Fascinated, the Romans watched as the lions bounded heavily toward the cluster of Christians…”

The Maid of Harlaw

“Over the last 300 years, a total of eleven men of the Jameson family have been found dead in, or near, the ruins of Brunstane Tower near the village of Bonaly in Mid-Lothian…”

Behind the Mask: A Scarlet Pimpernel Fan-Fiction Story

“‘As I continue to understand in parts my Husband, I find more and more about his Past is unknown to me…'”

The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved: Part 1

John the Beloved retells his experience in the Garden of Gethsemane from a first person perspective in the first part of this heart-rending historical fiction account by Ellen Virginia.

The Coronation of Charlemagne

Immerse yourself in this dramatization of the coronation of Charlemagne, one of the most important events in the history of Christendom.

The Violet Phantom and the Yellow Conquistidor: Part 1

Meet Austin Slaymaker, an eligible young gentleman in Regency England who finds that telling tall tales to a bevy of adoring females can have consequences…namely, getting one drafted into the army to fight “Bold Bonaparte” in sunny Spain!

Sword and Sandal: A Bible Movie Montage

Explore these epic Biblical-era films and be inspired in your Lenten spiritual journey!