Giselle Aguiar+ | January 11, 2012
It’s not too much to hope for – an end to slavery in the world. Jan. 11, 2012 is Human Trafficking Awareness Day.
Giselle Aguiar+ | November 27, 2011
This entry is part 9 of 9 in the series Writing Christian Historical Fiction…“In heaven we’ll be all equal in God’s kingdom. Here in the Roman Imperium, there are still slaves and masters.” “If it were up to me, I would free all our slaves.” As she said that, Claudia looked up to see Anthony [...]
Giselle Aguiar+ | July 25, 2011
This entry is part 7 of 9 in the series Writing Christian Historical FictionPRESS RELEASE For immediate release Phoenix writer wins Women of Faith Writing Contest – Now Available on Amazon Phoenix, AZ – Christian writer Giselle Aguiar’s first novel, Deo Volente! (God Willing): Love in the First Century, won second prize in the 2011 [...]
Giselle Aguiar+ | December 18, 2010
The 12 Days of Christmas…source: Dr. Phillip Barnwell In the Church “Christmas” refers to a twelve day period that starts with Christmas Day. There is where “The Twelve Days of Christmas” comes from.
Giselle Aguiar+ | October 2, 2010
As a history buff and novelist, I respect history. I love historical fiction – how a writer weaves a fictional story amidst historical fact. But when that fact is fudge for dramatic effect – well, I have a problem with that.
Giselle Aguiar+ | May 21, 2009
It amazes me how modern-day bullfighting is so similar to ancient Roman Gladiator fights.
Giselle Aguiar+ | May 20, 2009
I didn’t study history in college. I’m not a teacher or professor. Why am I such a history buff?
Giselle Aguiar+ | May 19, 2009
This entry is part 4 of 9 in the series Writing Christian Historical FictionI’m a naturally curious person. I read something and start asking questions. My stories stem from the possible answers to those questions. In the book of Acts, after the Apostle Paul’s shipwreck he arrives in Italy: After three months we put out [...]
Giselle Aguiar+ | May 18, 2009
My eye-opening research came when I was studying the native Iberians. I needed to know who my characters were, what they believed, their customs, culture and who their ancestors were. What I learned surprised me.