Monthly Archives: November 2015

London Architecture: Woburn Walk

During the Georgian period, shopfronts emerged, and by the mid 1800s, the populace preferred the characteristic bowed fronts. The Rebuilding Act had prescribed “pent house” projections, but the necessity to add drain pipes to the outside of the building changed … Continue reading

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Recent Winners on the Every Woman Dreams Blog!

These ladies were recent winners on the Every Woman Dreams Blog. Congratulations to Luthien 84, who received an eBook copy of A Touch of Emerald: The Conclusion of the Realm Series from the “George IV’s Reign” post. Meanwhile, Diana Wilder, … Continue reading

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Chaucer’s Influence (Part 2): The Canterbury Tales

What should every learner of British literature know of Chaucer’s “The Canterbury Tales”? Chaucer, in the persona of the narrator and civil servant relates the stories from the different characters found within the tales. The pilgrims are making a journey … Continue reading

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The Reign of George IV + a Giveaway of “A Touch of Emerald”

The last year of his reign and the passing of King George IV serves as the backdrop for the last book in my award-winning REALM series, A Touch of Emerald. Those of us who write books situated during the Regency … Continue reading

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