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Linda Carlino’s awe-inspiring Spain

 Author Linda Carlino never hoped or intended to be a writer and her beginnings didn’t suggest anything of the kind.

Linda was born in a tiny coal miner’s cottage in a small mining village at the southern edge of the Durham coalfield in the Northeast of England. 651 more words

Welcome to My World (1500s)

A year ago to this day, I made the commitment to spend seven weekends (plus three months of training & promoting) under the guise of a Renaissance Princess. 520 more words

Costume

Royal birthdays, a 50th birthday and a Bat Mitzvah

Hello and Happy Women in History Month 18, 2014

Lot of important dates today, for starters Mary Tudor was born in regal England in 1492, Bonnie Blair was born in the U.S in 1964, and switching back to royal births, Queen Latifah was born in regal-most Newark, NJ in 1970. 122 more words

Women Of Note

George Marsh, Martyr: On this day '12th of March'

George Marsh, the Protestant Marty was burned alive at the stake in West Chester on April 24th 1555.

His story is told in ‘Acts and Monuments’ known as ‘The Foxe’s Book of Martyrs’ by John Foxe. 356 more words

Christianity

India, Japan and Australia

 In her wildest dreams Linda Carlino could not have imagined that her paperbacks and Kindle books would be selling in Australia, India Japan, Brazil, Mexico and also Canada, France, USA,UK, Germany, Spain and Italy. 510 more words

Linda’s Spanish Inspiration

Linda’s Spanish Inspiration 

Surveys indicate that many people would love to be writers and writing would be their first choice career. But often the cry is; I don’t have a good enough story in mind to tell. 747 more words

The Sisters Tudor: An Evolution in Evaluating Mary I and Elizabeth I

The following post is from Natalie Sweet, research assistant to Susan Bordo. She is the creator of Semper Eadem: An Elizabeth I Blog, and is currently at work on a book project that focuses on life within Abraham Lincoln’s White House ( 3,682 more words

Across/Beyond Genres With The Tudors: Guest Posts By Novelists, Historians, Cultural Observers, Poets, Memoirists, Artists, And Bloggers