Recap: June 2013

Nope, it’s still not summer. I thought I felt a little warm the other day, but I think I was just flushed from getting a headcold…

Jane Lane: #28 in the Hidden Historical Heroines series, the Restoration superstar without whom Britain may not have a monarchy today.
Bacon and the chicken: The death of Francis Bacon and what he has to do with London’s weirdest ghost.
What If…? Edward VIII had not abdicated: Post #02 in a new series about revisionist British history.
Helena von Snakenborg: #29 in the Hidden Historical Heroines series, the Swedish teenager who took the Elizabethan court by storm.
Sir James the Lame: Anne Boleyn’s first ‘fiancé’ and his construction as a character for Perseverance.
“James Barry”: #30 in the Hidden Historical Heroines series, the first British woman to become a surgeon, although she did so by living as a man.
Legs fit for a King: Arabella Churchill and her cracking pins.

 


Little White Lies in the Wild: June 2013

TOUR STOP: Tiffany Talks Books
TOUR STOP: Say It With Books
TOUR STOP: Seeking Book Boyfriends
TOUR STOP: Books à la Mode

 


Miscellany

I talk about one of my all-time favourite book series over at victorialovesbooks.

 

 

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