Welcome, welcome. I’m so glad you could make it, and meet Melissa. She hales from Ohio, and has come in to visit, and let you get a chance to know her a little better. 1,423 more words
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Welcome, welcome. Come on in, and find a comfortable seat. Today, we’ve Justine Alley Dowsett from Windsor, Ontario Canada down to visit with us. Justine, do you mind starting us off with a little bit about yourself and where you are from? 1,504 more words
Susan Major writes:
My book on railway excursions has just been published by Pen and Sword Books Ltd. Based on my doctoral research with the Institute of Railway Studies at the University of York/National Railway Museum, it explores the way that the new railway excursions of the 1840s made it possible for ordinary people in Britain to travel cheaply for leisure over long distances for the first time and return home. 204 more words
Arriving in Medellin, Columbia by airplane dropped us from Panama into Columbia in a couple of hours. Panama has a lot of American influence (language, food, culture) but right away Columbia felt more foreign with very few people speaking English and the food being more particular to Columbia. 470 more words
You all know why I love Romantic novels and Byronic heroes. If you don’t remember, check this post!
To sum up, they simply are tantalising, because the reader knows that this disgusting frog will become an irresistible prince, with the heroine’s invaluable help, by the time the novel / trilogy is concluded. 1,650 more words