Author Archives: Loretta Livingstone

About Loretta Livingstone

I write, and I want to tell people about my books. That's why I started this blog. It's all very new, so I will probably make mistakes, but - here I am! Blogging!

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Helping the Homeless

I’m delighted to say that as of yesterday, all my royalties for sales of Where Angels Tread, my novelette about a young homeless girl, will be donated to Barnabus – a charity for the homeless, based in Manchester, UK. It’s … Continue reading

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CHALLENGES OF A DISABLED WRITER

Originally posted on Campbells World:
***READER’S NOTE Make sure to read all the way to the end to see links that will give you information on screen reading software. *** Good morning campbellsworld visitors. This morning I’d like to talk…

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What’s It Worth?

Originally posted on A Writer's Perspective:
Since I mentioned the bizarre monetary unit of a ‘mark’ last week, I thought it was probably time to try to understand fourteenth-century money. Even within my lifetime, some of which took place…

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Historical Fiction – a genre or an umbrella?

Originally posted on ANNA BELFRAGE:
Sometimes, people ask me why I write historical fiction. “Why such a difficult genre?” they ask, which in itself makes me a tad irritated, as historical fiction, IMO, is not a genre – it’s an…

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The Foundling Hospital

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Originally posted on UCD LIBRARY CULTURAL HERITAGE COLLECTIONS:
This blog post is about a grim institution of 18th century Dublin and contains details that some readers may find upsetting. The many commuters who use the Luas St. James’s stop everyday…

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Bardaid Literary Festival

What do you mean, what’s Bardaid? You’ve never heard of them? Well, to be honest, neither had I until late last year. So, what is Bardaid? Bardaid is a group of authors who find villages with no libraries (did I … Continue reading

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