Ten books I've read over the last nine months and would highly recommend to keep your brain engaged and traveling, even if you don't set foot outside your hometown.
I recently had the pleasure of recording an episode of Feminist, Fiftyish, and Fabulous on station CJSF 90.1 FM out of Vancouver with lovely host Robin Eriksson. To listen, just click here. Thank you for having me on, and thank you for listening!
A review of Paris in Ruins and a Q&A with the author M.K. Tod, who also writes the A Writer of History blog.
A brief history of Carnival in Venice, almost 1000 years old.
My topic historical fiction recommendations.
Read a review of the new novel Raphael: Painter in Rome and an interview with the author, Stephanie Storey
Very exciting moment for me - I just finished the entire first (very rough) draft of my new novel!
It’s that time of year to put out holiday gift lists. Everyone has suggestions and often a focus, and mine is no different: Gifts related to everyone’s favorite painter, Raphael!
This post is why my yearlong focus on Raphael.
I recently had the pleasure of spending a week in Newfoundland, which became a Canadian province in 1949. Jutting into the Atlantic from the most northeastern point of North America, The Rock dazzles both with its natural beauty and unique cultural heritage, half Canadian/half British Isles. With the soundtrack to the hit Broadway musical Come … Continue reading Top 10 Plaques – Newfoundland