A journey through writing
The blurb of this book grabbed me. I’m on a big sci-fi space kick lately. I enjoyed this book. Lamont created dynamic, multi-dimensional characters. This is a strong point of the writing. Not one character is static or pigeonholed into a trope. The “good” characters aren’t saints but live in a realistic gray-zone of morals.… Read more “Book Review: Striker X by Negus Lamont”
It’s the small things. Sunshine through my curtains. A cup of tea and a snuggle with my dog. Crisp paper and my favorite pen. Writing has not been easy. Brain fog set in, perhaps as early as April. Since then, every paragraph written has felt like a victory and a defeat. I’ve second guessed myself,… Read more “Eight Things Keeping Me Sane”
This essay is a great overview of Queen Mary’s brief time on the throne. This examines the political and religious (as the two are interwoven at this time) climate of her fight to the throne until her death. A woman of power is always dangerous, as they’re seen as precocious without a man’s influence. Mary… Read more “Essay Review: Mary Tudor: A Story of Triumph, Sorrow and Fire by Anthony Ruggiero”
This series is fantastic, each book gets better and better! While I’m not a Tudor expert, I’m familiar with the main players of the time. Somehow, Katherine, this woman so interlaced in Henry VIII’s court, went unnoticed. Riches lets Katherine’s story overlap with the previous book, so there is no gap in the chronology, making… Read more “Book Review: Katherine- Tudor Duchess by Tony Riches”
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