Monthly Archives: August 2010
“…the real question is not whether Google’s search engine understands what we want—the real question is whether WE do.”
I am to participate in New Mexico Women Authors’ Book Festival on Oct. 1 in Santa Fe. I proposed a topic—Historical Fiction; an Oxymoron? Of course I am knee-deep in research—not only about the historical and the fiction part, but … Continue reading
July 27, 1214– John’s allies are defeated at the battle of Bouvines… TSS is launched…. Coincidence?
The June 13, 2010 NYTimes Book Review caught my eye because it has a picture from a “ledger book” drawings, and a review of two books with a subject from the American West. Could have knocked me over with a … Continue reading
Thank you, Bev— And welcome to my blog where historical fiction and history hook up. But semi-seriously: the purpose of this blog is to explore the issues of reading, learning, teaching, and writing history, and historical fiction (in its many … Continue reading
We’ll here’s my new blog. My webmistress Bev set this up (she wrote this, too!) and now I must add something every week. The italics are to show me just how important this is.