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Melanie Dickerson’s newest novel, The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest, will keep you on the edge of your seat and turning pages until you finish the book! 296 more words

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THIS YEAR IN FEAR: The Middle Ages, when people were afraid of crying babies

Every mother of a screaming infant has probably looked at him, bleary-eyed with frustration and sleep deprivation, and wondered: Did I actually give birth to this person? 214 more words

Plague Land by S.D. Sykes - Book Review

This is a fantastic book. It takes place during medieval times in the aftermath of one wave of the Black Plague. The main character is Oswald de Lacy, the leftover son, one who was never intended to inherit; in fact he was sent to the monastery at the age of seven, so he has no qualifications and no knowledge of overseeing the family manor and accompanying lands. 231 more words

The Mountain Castle

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

THERE stands on yonder high mountain
A castle built of yore,
Where once lurked horse and horseman
In rear of gate and of door. 318 more words


The Medieval Times Was No Fairytale

I often wonder if I would have enjoyed living in medieval England as much as I do writing about it.

Obviously the answer to this question depends upon a few considerations.   724 more words


Medieval Times - A Royal Fare

If you are coming to Orlando, Florida on your travels you will definitely want to venture off the beaten path and discover the experiences that await you in Kissimmee.   583 more words


In my recent Moving Beyond the Page lesson, I learned about monks and the journey to monk-hood. Below is a letter that I wrote as if I was just becoming a novice and on my way to monk-hood. 605 more words