May 7th – On this day in 1663, the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane first opened its doors, to put on a performance of John Fletcher and Francis Beaumont’s Jacobean tragi-comedy “ 340 more words
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It Wasn’t Easy
Here at Loony Literature, we love to get folks writing.
Writing historical fiction is a great way to learn something and transport yourself to another time and place. 334 more words
Some folks have been reporting the below image is actually an early concept of Arno, it being included in Unity‘s art-book.
Original Story Below… 244 more words
I just wanted to take a minute to plug a friend’s new book, gang. If you enjoy historical fiction that’s meticulously researched, and if you love murder mysteries that just pile on more and more and MORE mystery, I really think you will enjoy this book. 193 more words