Mar 25

Kilchurn Castle by Amy Jarecki

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It’s a pleasure to welcome one of my fellow Queens of Medieval Romance, the highly acclaimed Amy Jarecki. She travels back in time to give us a tour of Scotland’s Kilchurn Castle. Great to be here, Anna.  One of the most photographed castles in Scotland is Kilchurn at the northern end of Loch Awe. In …

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Mar 18

Boom or Bust by Shirleen Davies

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It’s my pleasure to welcome Shirleen Davies. And it’s my pleasure to be here, Anna. Splendor, Montana, the setting of Wildfire Creek, has an undeniable ability to draw people in and keep them there. Luke and Dax, Rachel, Noah Brandt, Gabe Evans, and of course, Ginny Sorensen, are all transplants drawn to Splendor searching for …

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Mar 11

Standing Stones: Why and What? By Terri Brisbin


Please welcome Terri Brisbin. Her article is about a topic that still fascinates many today. I’m happy to be here, Anna. For centuries, stone circles, burial mounds and cairns, dolmen tombs, henges and standing menhirs have dotted the landscapes of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Most were built during the Neolithic or early Bronze age. …

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Mar 04

The Original American Frontier by Terry Irene Blain


Please welcome Terry Irene Blain as she Travels Back in Time to the American Frontier. Thanks for inviting me, Anna. Being a history teacher, when I started to write historical romance, I chose one of my favorite historical period of the American Revolution, the first American Frontier. This was ‘the land beyond the mountains that …

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Feb 25

What Kind of Boots Does Your Hero Wear? by Kathy Otten


Please welcome Kathy Otten who is Travelling Back in Time today to tell us about the History of Cowboy boots. Great to be here, Anna. When you picture the hero of a historical western, what kind of boots do you see him wearing? Boots worn by cowboys during the mid-nineteenth century looked nothing like the boots …

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Feb 17

What Did the Simple Folk Do? by Glynnis Campbell


I’m thrilled to welcome fellow Queen of Medieval Romance to my blog today. Glynnis Campbell Travels Back in Time to talk about Commoners in medieval Scotland. Great to be here, Anna. We all grew up on fairy tales about beautiful princesses who waited for handsome nobles to rescue them so they could enjoy a happily …

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