Hello there, I’ve not been here for a while, so I thought I’d give you a quick update on what I’ve been up to since I last wrote a post. After I helped with her end-of-Winter tidy-up in the garden,
Checking through my research notes and photos for my current writing project – ‘Renegade’ – the sequel to my novel ‘Renaissance – The Fall and Rise of a King,’ #amwriting #histfic I came across these photos of Ravensworth Castle and
I re-discovered this image of me recently. It stirs happy memories for me of the time I spent researching for my novel ‘Renaissance – The Fall and Rise of a King,’ at the Tower and St George’s Chapel Windsor.
For our summer vacation this year, my husband and I decided to explore the British Isles – to visit some of our favourite places – Dublin being one of them – we spent a very happy week there some years ago
An interesting article found in the Guardian in February 2019. The medieval monarch and his queen, Margaret of Anjou, were not alone at night, historian Lauren Johnson reveals Henry VI and Margaret of Anjou as depicted in the Talbot Shrewsbury
A fellow Ricardian shared an interesting article recently, about what Richard III would recognise in today’s England. The writer of the article maintained that there were few vestiges of our landscape that he would recognise – and even rarer would
This is the Marmion Tower in West Tanfield – a village close to where I live. I have known about it most of my life and driven past countless times – never knowing its significance – its link to the
Whilst I was doing the research for my novel on Richard III – ‘Renaissance – The Fall and Rise of a King’ I of course read up on the battles that took place during the Wars of the Roses. The