Monthly Archives: January 2016

#atinylife FiveTwo

Originally posted on Stella Hervey Birrell:
Today I have been thinking about…five/two.  Not as in: adds up to seven, as in 500 calories per day, two days a week. Swept the country in 2013, was it? But in my tinylife…

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For one week only…

Originally posted on Jennifer C. Wilson:
Let’s start at the very beginning… (A very good place to start): ? “You’re late.” “You’re dead.” Anne sighed. “We’ve been through this before, Richard. It wasn’t funny then, and it isn’t funny now.”…

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Letters from Elsewhere: Rivka

Originally posted on An' de walls came tumblin' down:
My visitor today is Rivka, mother of Esty, the heroine of my novel, Neither Here Nor There. Rivka was called Rose in her previous life. I’ll let her tell you more.…

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Corsican Vendetta in Fiction and in Reality

Originally posted on Vanessa Couchman:
Olmeto – Colomba Carabelli plaque We’ve visited Corsica six times. L’Île de Beauté is a captivating place, with a savage beauty and a culture all its own and I strongly advise a visit. In 2014,…

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Welcome, Jennifer

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Today I say hello to fellow Crooked Cat author Jennifer Wilson, who’s here to talk about her fascination with Richard III and Kindred Spirits: The Tower of London, the novel that came out of it.  Welcome,…

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