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The West Sacramento Historical Society: Looking Forward and Back

This article will appear shortly in The West Sacramento News-Ledger (external link). I’m posting it now in the hope that people will see it before the Historical Society’s fundraiser on Saturday. 549 more words

Newspaper Article

My Favourite Cornish Mining Images #2

Part 2 of this series is more contemporary compared to the nineteenth century photograph of part 1. The photo displays the bronze mining sculpture that was erected in Redruth in 2008. 319 more words

Cornish Mining

A Review of Andrew Joyce's "Molly Lee"

I don’t think it would be necessarily fair to describe Andrew Joyce’s Molly Lee as historical fiction. Sure enough there are elements of a Wild West historical era that plays out in the backgrounds of the lives that are unfolding as the pages turn, but Molly Lee is more than the aforementioned genre. 376 more words

Book Reviews

New fiction (Buried River Press): Cicely's Sovereign Secret by Sandra Heath Wilson

Cicely’s Sovereign Secret

Lancastrian King Henry VII has a dark secret, a secret that his Yorkist foe, Jack de la Pole, Earl of Lincoln, is determined to discover. 198 more words


Creating a Coat of Arms for Your Story | Part Two

Part One

Today we’re picking up from Monday’s post about achievements. (Link above.) Once you have finished choosing the elements for your shield, the next step is: 658 more words


Review: RYSE Son of Rome - a mixed experience!

At the onset we will admit that the game has stunning visuals and an excellent expanse of the ancient Roman Empire, but that’s where the game’s novelty starts and ends! 528 more words

Game Reviews

Here, last one (the other one become spare parts:)

Say it now or withhold it forever, micro-channel, running only big endian, sorry, no ARC, if you don’t know what it is, obviously is not something for you, here good to go, ask and you will be given, at a reasonable price, unless you know who you are: