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Labour Day in Canada

Canada’s Labour Day falls on the 4th of September in 2017. Here is an image of the holiday being celebrated in Toronto in the early 1900s.



The Promise of Dawn

Years ago, when I learned Lauraine Snelling would be at my first writers’ conference, I had stars in my eyes. I adored her Blessing books. They never fail to speak to my Scandinavian heart (admittedly, I’m Swedish, but Norway is close enough). 531 more words

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#BookReview: A Name Unknown by Roseanna M. White

With a mystery to solve and characters to champion, A Name Unknown is a delightful read! Rosemary Gresham and Peter Holstein are refreshingly unique in their characterization, and I loved the humor and wit of the banter they share. 257 more words


House Museum 3 of 3: Mr Straw's House - hoarding Edwardian-style

Walking into No.7 Blyth Grove in Workshop, Nottinghamshire, you’d be forgiven for thinking the Straw family were hoarders. Not the kind of hoarding that provides voyeuristic fodder for Reality TV shows – television hadn’t even been invented when the Straw family bought their semi-detached house in 1923 – theirs was more of a post First World War ‘Make Do and Mend’ approach. 961 more words


Adelaide & Hughes

A famous vaudeville team during the Edwardian era.  Here they pose in costume as Cat and the Canary


A Name Unknown

I’ve been so excited to bring this one to you all. It has quickly earned a spot among my honorable mentions of historical fiction with its quaint setting, spunky characters and captivating plot. 477 more words

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