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In the Game of Hope, what does the future hold for the timid daughter of a beautiful woman; the step-child of a ruthless man? The Game of Hope by Sandra...
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Writing to the right audience may not mean what you think it does. You don’t have to know who you readers will be in order to write a book optimized...
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By Janice Hardy, @Janice_Hardy Before I dive in…I’m guest posting over at Writers in the Storm today, talking about The Benefits of Writing a Novel “Just for Fun.” Come over...
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Source: A mammoth list of Digitised Manuscripts hyperlinks...
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We have been hard at work here at the British Library and we are excited to share with you a brand new list of Digitised Manuscripts hyperlinks. You can currently...
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  Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, has long been portrayed as one of history’s romantically tragic figures. Devious, naive, beautiful and sexually voracious, often highly principled, she secured the Scottish...
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Roberta Rich’s Midwife’s Trilogy Powerful Renaissance Women don’t have to be real; they can also be fictional. Hannah Levi, the heroine of Roberta Rich’s thrilling Midwife’s trilogy is an example....
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Meet Susan Abernethy blogger and historian extraordinaire! Read on to benefit from her expertise on Renaissance women, research methods and information sources, and blogging tips. The Freelance History Writer: Susan...
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The Three Graces Trilogy:  Charming, Bargain Holiday Gifts A Review by Keira Morgan Engaging Characters, Plot and Settings Laura Du Pre introduces her The Three Graces Trilogy  saying, “In a...
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Remarkable Renaissance Resources I came on remarkable renaissance resources when I was browsing the web, as I love to do. I knew I should be writing but I justified my...
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