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The Puritans and the Enemy called Dancing, Christmas and Witches

Reverend Increase Mather

I couldn’t help but discover that the Puritans once banned dancing. They had gained power in Parliament by the time of the reign of Charles I and decided to pass their views and ways of living, being imposed on all English people. 7,030 more words


Thirty Days of Thanks: Day Twelve

This is going to sound absolutely full-on mad as a hatter crazy, but…

I am thankful for the show Xena: Warrior Princess.

I’m sure you’re asking yourself, “What in tarnation are you thinking, Katie?” 409 more words

Thirty Days Of Thanks

Fictional Bucket List #19

Associated Book/Series: Xena: Warrior Princess


Keeping it in the family

A little while ago I sent Ant and Lou from the Akaroa Cooking School a copy of my novel The Brazilian Job. My thinking was that they might find it amusing to read and spread the word because of its Akaroa imaginary cooking school setting.  260 more words

Replaying Xena: Season 1 – The adventure (and my binge-watching adventure) begins

One season down, five more to go!

My decision to re-watch all six seasons of the show Xena Warrior Princess – which is set in Ancient Greece – corresponded with my decision to someday rewrite my shelved first fantasy novel as historical fiction, also set in Ancient Greece. 891 more words

Writing Inspiration

Metaphors in my life

I love the use of metaphors to help understand where you are at with your project, career, or life.

I mentioned that I haven’t been using metaphors for the last six years as my life has taken a different direction with career and life. 454 more words


How To Be A Better Stronger Woman After A Bad Breakup: Interview With Debra Rogers

I love when a woman  can have beauty and brains and be as strong as ever. Debra is no ordinary woman she went through a break-up and made her depressed and she felt that she had no where to go. 320 more words