non-fiction

The king’s lady – of Nicholaa de la Haye, defender of Lincoln, as presented by Sharon Bennett Connolly

Today, dear peeps, we’re going to be spending time in medieval England, more specifically in the reign of King John. This time and place was a man’s world where women rarely got more than a passing mantion by the (male) chroniclers. There were exceptions of course, and one such exception was Nicholaa de la Haye, […]

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Glory and Gore – meet Andrea, 17th C lady, enthusiast and writer!

Remember how I told you a week or so ago that I would be hosting a blog featuring writers who have a passionate relationship with the 17th century? Well, dear peeps, today I am very happy to introduce my first guest, Andrea Zuvich. I almost called her “my first 17th century guest” but that would

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Oh, a writer’s life is a wonderful life – ask Annie and Heather!

It is strange how we meet people these days. Both ladies who are visiting my blog today are social media acquaintances. In the case of Heather King, we have run into each other on FB where she runs a couple of groups aimed at increasing author visibility. Heather writes Regency romance *sighs happily* I LOVE

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