I think I’ve said this before, but I’ll say it again- I have a soft spot for historical fiction. Even more so when it comes to royals. 268 more words
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“The Conceitful Discourses of Sundrie Catts, Never Before Imprinted.” What if the letters of an Elizabethan-era cat were discovered and published online? They might look something like this.
2 months ago
The Golden Age of the English Renaissance, Elizabethan England, is one of my very favorite times in history. I love studying about this rich time, and I enjoy historical fiction novels set in this time as well. 327 more words
7 months, 1 week ago
William Shakespeare is regarded as Englands greatest ever playwright.
Although his name is accredited to the plays which carry his name today, there is a belief that it was not William Shakespeare who actually wrote those plays. 690 more words
8 months, 3 weeks ago
November 24, 2015, Chino Valley- Today was the last day of school before Thanksgiving Break. The concept of a two-day work week is a bit foreign to me, but I will take it, gladly. 368 more words
10 months ago
The Theatre Guild Newsletter
Many people in businesses ranging from finance to bicycle repair commonly use the term “making the nut” as a way to gauge how they are faring vis-à-vis the bottom line. 186 more words
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In case you have not heard, Richelle Mead has announced her new series: The Glittering Court.
The Glittering Court, the first novel of the series will be released April 12, 2016. 310 more words