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County Weekly News: Glanmore goes digital

County Weekly News: Glanmore goes digital. “Queen Victoria would be amused. As the holiday marking her birthday approaches, Belleville’s museum dedicated to the Victorian era is getting a little more modern. 12 more words

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Wanderers: The Straying Gentleman

The grubby, stained letter was burning with imagined shame in the gentleman’s pocket. He unconsciously reached for it throughout the evening, feeling the crackling paper every five minutes at dinner, running his fingers over his breast pocket after every puff on his pipe in the smoking room after the last bite of dessert, resting his hand on his jacket while playing cards with the ladies in the drawing room. 2,670 more words


This Is a very long post title naming my five favorite fictional characters of all time

In the following section I will be talking about my five favorite fictional characters. They are all not real and do not exist in the real world. 26 more words

Victorian Era

Monday Sparks -- Writing Prompts-- What's Your Favorite Time in History?

I have several favorite time periods, eras I would enjoy researching if I ever turned my attention to historical fiction.

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The Life After Death: Now Available!


Yet another early work with no individual entry!

This tract is quite interesting and revolves- you guessed it- around the concept of the afterlife, that which happens after one is dead. 42 more words

Those Wild Wyndhams: Three Sisters at the Heart of Power by Claudia Renton - review

Those Wild Wyndhams: Three Sisters at the Heart of Power by Claudia Renton. Knopf/Doubleday, June 5, 2018.

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The exploits of the fictional Crawley sisters of the PBS series… 197 more words

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Crinolinemania: This deadly Victorian fashion garment killed around 3,000 women

Observed from today’s perspective, crinolines look utterly uncomfortable and unattractive to the point of absurdity. Why would anyone want to wear something that resembles a gigantic whipped-cream cake around their waist? 740 more words