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1860s striped dress

So there is an event at greenfield village and not only did I think I had to make this but That I also had or be a reenactor,,,which I signed up for so let’s see how that goes. 32 more words

Sewing

Nothing in the Bible Has Ever Proved False

We are continuing our blog series, How Can You Trust the Bible? Today let’s look at the third reason historians have declared the Bible to be historically accurate. 197 more words

Is Historical Accuracy Important in My Novel?

You know that moment when you are watching a TV show or a movie and one of your family members says something like “Hey! That _________ wasn’t invented until 1895!” and there’s clear evidence that the show is set during the American War for Independence? 336 more words

Writing

"Fireplace" girls

Recently I joined a gym, which, otherwise being apropos of nothing, has allowed me to start listening to Verity Podcast again. The ladies are always great fun, disagreeing with each other in the best way possible, full of nerdery and love for… 1,324 more words

Doctor Who

The Historical Novelist's Dilemma

I’m dithering…

Yes – it’s the novel. Again. But the fact is, you see, that there is this rather grim thing happening in June 1594 – historically happening, I mean. 398 more words

Stories

AARRGGHH!! The Need for Historical Accuracy...

Research . . . AARGH!!!!

One of the best parts of being a writer is learning new things. However, one of the worst parts of being a writer is researching those new things. 1,987 more words

British History

The Problem with Bridget of York

  Or Why You Should Cite The Source of Images

This post has been prompted by the appearance of portrait of Bridget of York across a variety of Social Media platforms recently. 1,417 more words