Tag Archives: History

Exploring, Notebook in Hand

Jennifer Wilson has written an intriguing series of unique historical novels with loads of atmosphere, and her first, based on the Tower of London, held me in its thrall. She researches the best way: by physically visiting her settings, and … Continue reading

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A Man of Many Parts

It is an honour to host fellow “kitten” Tim Taylor today, Classicist, Philosopher, and man of many other parts, some of which we have in common. I can’t wait to read his first novel, Zeus of Ithome, which you can … Continue reading

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Words and Pictures

I’m hosting Pamela Kelt today. She’s a lady with a twinkle in her eye – new to the Crooked Cat’s cradle – and has just completed the fascinating A-Z April challenge for bloggers. She’s taken a lot of trouble with her … Continue reading

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