Monthly Archive: November 2014

Nov 28

894th Anniversary of The White Ship Disaster

The year 1120 saw one of the most significant shipwrecks in English history; a tragedy that cost the lives of the flower of English nobility and would eventually plunge the nation into two decades of chaos and misrule – a period that has become known as The Anarchy. The heir to the throne of England …

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Nov 12

I Love Me Some Cowboys by Jane Leopold Quinn

Lovely to have Jane Leopold Quinn as my guest today. Good to be here, Anna. Westerns have always been my first love — from childhood to adulthood. I was in love with the TV and movie cowboys of the 50s and 60s and even had some cowboy comic books. If I had only saved them. …

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Nov 05

Regency Male Courtesans by Gina Danna

I’m pleased to welcome Gina Danna back to my blog. She’s a compatriot of the Love Historicals group I belong to. Her topic  of slavery is of particular interest to me as I’m just putting the finishing touches on The Rover Defiant, the love story of a freed Viking slave. Anna – Thanks for having me! After …

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