says “FEATURED ON BOOK OF THE MOMENT, VENTURE GALLERIES! …”
venturegalleries.com — Carole's foray into history is written in beautiful prose that sticks in the brain. I love Ms. Gill's "old world" writing style, the lyrical voice that seems to bleed so effortlessly into the pages. Believing he has fallen in love with Rose, Eco... Read more
says “"Now where did I put them? Damn! They fell into the privy." Medieval Eyeglasses”
www.medievalists.net — It’s a common misconception that medieval minds regarded every little gadget with superstition and fear. Like us, medieval people loved wearable tech, and adapted useful gear – like sundials – to take with them on the go. In the thirteenth-century, Europeans were keen to get on board with the latest high-tech gadget to come out of Italy: eyeglasses.
says “Making real people work for you - or how to get those historical peeps to behave!”
annabelfrage.wordpress.com — I write Historical Fiction. While my protagonists are entirely fictional, they now and then have to interact with “real” people – people who’ve existed, lived and died for real. This can be somethi…
authormelrjsmith.wordpress.com — Wouldn’t it be great if we could find a way to make the world a better place, to unite and help each other whenever we can? So I asked myself what could I do? How could I, a mere author…
sgbasu.com — An anthology is a beast entirely different from an one author book. By nature and by definition, an anthology is coming together of variations, a vessel for writers of diverging interests and skill…
says “How George Martin's studio tricks and innovations changed pop music - LA Times”
www.latimes.com — YouTube hosts a vast trove of Beatles outtakes that illustrate the ways in which their longtime producer George Martin, who died Tuesday at age 90, enabled the band to realize even its most outlandish ideas.