Monthly Archive: May 2014

May 28

The Halifax Explosion by Susan R. Hughes

Please welcome fellow Canadian, Susan R. Hughes. As part of our ongoing TRAVEL BACK IN TIME SERIES, she takes us back almost one hundred years to the Halifax Explosion. Thanks for having me, Anna. When I came up with the idea to write a series that would follow a Canadian family through several generations, I chose one …

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May 21

Women and the Great War by Linda Andrews

Travel Back in Time today with author Linda Andrews who takes us to the Great War and examines the profound changes it wrought. My oldest daughter doesn’t wish to get married. To most of my friends, this is shocking. After all, my husband and I have been married for 26 years and have a union …

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May 14

Vikings and Law by Andrea Cooper

Please welcome Andrea Cooper to my website today. Her topic is one of my favorites-Vikings! Many have the image of Vikings as raiders, pillagers, and worse. Blond men who wield sword and axes hungry for blood. Savages. However, the reality of the Vikings is more complex. Many were farmers and rather than bloodthirsty warriors, they …

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May 07

The Adventure of America’s Railroads by Jacqui Nelson

I’m very happy today to welcome Jacqui Nelson, a personal friend, as a guest on Travel Back in Time. Thanks for having me, Anna. As a writer, I’m inspired by history, but I’m also inspired by movies and TV shows. The first inspiration for my Western historical romance novella Adella’s Enemy (and the Passion’s Prize …

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