Monthly Archive: May 2015

May 27

Crossing Texas Stagecoach-Style by Linda Carroll-Bradd

Saddle up and welcome Linda Carroll-Bradd as she takes us on a stagecoach ride across Texas.  Thanks for having me as your guest, Anna. In the mid-1800s, people needed determination and patience to travel from one side of Texas to the other. Stagecoaches ran on a weekly or bi-weekly schedule. A trip from St Louis …

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May 20

Building the Medieval Castle by Elizabeth Rose

It’s a great pleasure to welcome Elizabeth Rose back to my blog. Anna, thank you for having me as your guest. I love anything medieval, and while writing my medieval romances, my love for castles had me wondering how they actually built them back then. So in my novel, Amethyst – Book 4, of my …

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May 13

Vikings in Northumbria by Michelle Styles

My guest today is Michelle Styles who writes warm, witty and intimate historical romance in a wide range of time periods for Harlequin Historical. Thank you Anna for having me. I am absolutely delighted to be here today to talk about one of my favourite subjects — Vikings and the Kingdom of Northumbria. A number …

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May 06

Only Virgins Need Apply by Leigh Court

I’m pleased to welcome Leigh Court as my guest today. Thank you for having me, Anna. Victorian England (1837 – 1901) was a very sexually-repressed age, which is actually a little hard to believe, since Queen Victoria had nine children and must have had an active love life! At one point during her reign, even …

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