linking

Lots o’links!

on July 28, 2015

Round-up of links today–saddle up! *Interesting article on “The Lying Art of Historical Fiction.” It was published QUITE a while back, but well worth reading. *Social Customs from the Regency Era via Jane Austen’s World. This one is a superb resource for learning more about what folks were really getting up to in the early…

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Linky go-round!

on June 25, 2015

It’s a veritable merry-go-round of links today–don’t get dizzy! *Thanks to writer pal Susanna Kearsley, I discovered the Live Cam Rome/Pantheon. A quick search turned up another in the Piazza Navona. Need a little armchair travel? There’s nothing better than pulling up a live cam and pretending it’s your hotel window. Make sure you’re eating…

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It’s a linky roundup–get your ropes and saddle up!

on May 28, 2015

Today’s link roundup features all sorts of yummy things that I think you will enjoy. *Courtesy of The Toast (via Murder by the Book’s weekly newsletter) Signs that Agatha Christie Is About To Murder You. *Also courtesy of MBTB (have I mentioned lately how much I love them?) Miss Marple vs. The Mansplainers. Kudos in…

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It’s our last new theme!

on April 30, 2015

So April has been about introducing our new blog themes, and today is our eighth and final–linking. Once a month I’m going to round up an assortment of links, some fun, some informative, most discovered in within the previous month. I will even try to save some treats and not tweet them first! *Fairy Playdough….

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