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Last Anglo-Saxons for SAGA

These were actually painted last year in time for the French Grand Melee. But the lack of time to take some photos and problems with photoshop prevented me from posting them any earlier. 324 more words


Saved by a Writer from the Past, or How I Learned to Love Widsith the Poet

Whenever I write a new story, I often seem to reach a point where inspiration dries up and I get stuck. It’s almost as if a voice in my head says over and over again, ‘Why are you writing this rubbish? 732 more words


Book Corner: Storm of steel by Matthew Harffy

Today I am delighted to be a part of the book tour for Matthew Harffy‘s latest addition to his Bernicia Chronicles, Storm of Steel, with a review of this fabulous new novel. 1,022 more words

English History

Year 3/4 Vikings versus Saxons

Today Year 3/4 launched their new topic. We’re learning about the Anglo-Saxons and the Vikings. Ben from Treehouse Theatre came to teach us a play in a day! 61 more words

School News

Music to the bells of St Nicholas, Leicester....

I haven’t heard any of this music, on the site of Leicester’s Saxon Cathedral, so cannot say what it’s like. But it sounds intriguing


Cover reveal: Peril & Plunder

Coming soon! Quest for New England – Book two – Peril & Plunder

There’s still time to read Book one – Rising from the Ruins… 264 more words


Anglo-Saxons in Britain; what Genetics has shown so far

According to historical accounts and archaeology, the Anglo-Saxons migrated to Britain from continental Europe from the 5th Century AD. They brought with them a new culture, social structure and language. 1,275 more words