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July Pottage

Originally posted on A Writer's Perspective:
In June I started a project of making a seasonal pottage each month, using things that would be available to a medieval household at the lower end of society. As far as possible…

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#BCAJuly2018 #AltRead The Sassy Brit Alternative Book Cover Award Nominees. #VOTE here NOW! @Sassy_Brit (Please share).

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The “Alternative” Sassy Brit Book Cover Award 2018 Want your book cover featured? It’s free promo for a month and you get to win an advert on this site for a month. You’ll also be…

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#ChillWithABookAward #Winner Loretta Livingstone joins me to talk all things #bookish today! @L_Livingstone1 ‏@ChillWithABook

via #ChillWithABookAward #Winner Loretta Livingstone joins me to talk all things #bookish today! @L_Livingstone1 ‏@ChillWithABook

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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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