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5 Reasons to Read The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (Guest Post by Amy McCaw)

This July Pages Unbound is celebrating classic literature with a collection of guest posts. We asked other readers to tell us what one of their favorite classics is and why we should read it. 351 more words


Ava & Ina — Come-By-Chance Mail Order Bride Book 9 … out now

Two weddings. Two evil outlaws. Two more Come-By-Chance women in the family way!

Cultured, elegant German twins, Ava and Ina Biermann, arrive in town to marry the Carmichaels, and Jed and Jethro couldn’t be happier. 333 more words

Juliet James

The Poetical Works of Wordsworth

This edition pre-1912. London: Ward, Lock & Co. Limited.

A Papal Scudo.

A Papal Scudo coin from the time of Pope Pius VII (1800-1823).

Social History

Putting the History in the Historical Novel: The Carmel Mission

This is the eighth in a series of articles in which I share my methodology for crafting a story, which I hope is both interesting and informative. 725 more words


A Dangerous Beauty: Pre-Raphaelite Women and their Legacy

With their blend of bold realism and soft fantasy, the Pre-Raphaelite paintings are some of the most popular in the world today. Inspired by art critic John Ruskin who called for artists to take nature as their source, the Brotherhood of seven friends ditched Royal Academy demands and shook up their stagnant art world with a renewed spirit of medieval mysticism. 1,791 more words

Art History