Yes, gentle reader, I am alive. I have not quit writing. Although after the blood, mud and thumping sado-masochism that was the end of Marston Moor (what, pray, is thatt last? is it a cavallrie thing? – H)
– no, Hollie, it’s not gonna be invented for a good two hundred years after your time and you SO don’t want to know. Trust me, I’m the author.
So Babylon will be released in May and I’m having April OFF.
If you’d like me to post updates on the making of a pair of watered-silk 1660s stays, Anglo-Saxon cooking, the bluebells at Trerice and which end of a mouse Whiskers has just kindly provided, please comment!
Lucky you! Mine is a replica – although it’s also seen quite a lot of action 🙂
I was lucky enough to be invited to a virtual dinner table the other day to talk to fellow authors Wayne Turmel, Sophie Schiller, MK Tod, Heather Gilbert, JS Dunn, Annie Whitehead, Catherine Kullman and E Paul Bergeron.
As well it was virtual, we’re a noisy lot…
Throughout history, Denmark and Sweden have mostly been at war. Sometimes, Denmark has had the upper hand – mostly, in fact – but now and then Sweden has stomped their southern neighbours into the …
Source: Sleeping with the enemy – a royal duty