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Depths of 'Transformation'

I’ve been meaning to write this post for 2 years! It feels good to finally ‘get it out of my head’ and onto the page. 2,083 more words

Brain Farts

Hey! Shut your priest hole!

Here is a round-up of my current non-fiction books.

I have just finished Antonia Fraser’s The Gunpowder Plot, and can highly recommend it. She’s nothing if not thorough, without being dry or too wordy. 638 more words

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The Plantagenets: The Warrior Kings and Queens Who Made England

The Plantagenets: The Warrior Kings and Queens Who Made England by Dan Jones is a family history of the first dynasty to sit upon the English throne following William the conquer. 449 more words

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Inspirations

The thing I’ve noticed since I started seriously writing this book, is the amount of procrastination I find myself doing. Most of the time it’s the little things, really. 1,043 more words

Fan Favorite: Orica-Greenedge, Part II

We met lots of cyclists who were racing in Italy the 3 weeks of the Giro. We missed some–one of my favorite riders Marcel Kittel of Etixx-Quickstep, dropped out before Tuscany. 288 more words

Fan Favorite: Orica Greenedge, Part I

I went to Italy for the first time to experience a few days of the grand tour Giro d’Italia. In the process I got to meet the Orica-Greenedge cycling team on the rest day. 211 more words

Suzannah Lipscomb & Dan Jones on Catherine Howard  We spoke...

Suzannah Lipscomb & Dan Jones on Catherine Howard 

We spoke to historians Dan Jones and Suzannah Lipscomb, presenters of the Channel 5 series ‘Henry VIII and His Six Wives’, about Henry’s fifth wife, Catherine Howard.

By: History Extra.