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Hey, E. C., haven’t heard from you in a while–what are you working on? I am excited to announce that I’ll have two books coming out this summer! When Elisha Daemon came out last year, I was thrilled to finally … Continue reading
Here’s a fascinating bit of archaeological evidence for medieval ideas about zombies (then known as revenants) from a great blog called The Templar Knight: Source: How to deal with The Walking Dead in the Middle Ages
This weekend, I went to see the new Potterverse film, “Fantastic Creatures and Where to Find Them.” Let me preface these remarks by saying that I love a good fantasy creature, but I have some issues with Rowling’s work overall … Continue reading
Yes, it’s finally here–the day I can share the amazing new cover art, by Cliff Nielsen, for Elisha Mancer, book 4 in my Dark Apostle series. This volume takes Elisha to the Continent to track down his enemies before they … Continue reading
Under normal circumstances, today would be my book launch day. Alas, that was not to be–but that means I can open up the blog to celebrate someone else’s launch: friend and fellow DAW author, Josh Palmatier. . . First off, … Continue reading
I picked up this book after discovering it in the bibliography of a couple of other books on Jewish mysticism which I was reading as research material for book 4 in my Dark Apostle series. I wanted more detail on … Continue reading
Medieval alchemy, chemistry related technology and random things distilled from books and artefacts
Beautiful photos of hiking and other outdoor adventures.
Movie reviews for people who don't have time for movie reviews
medical humanities + social justice
A writer, a dentist, a pianist, the sole survivor of Hiroshima, the true architecture of the Trojan horse and the academic adviser for Harry Potter :)
Exploring Early Medieval Landscapes
An amateur's blog about Medieval history, books, etc.
Medical historian, Writer and Television Presenter.