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One of my favorite parts of writing the Elisha series has been learning about all these fantastic places and people of the 14th century. One of the best has got to be the Palace of the Popes in Avignon, France. … Continue reading
On February 16, Lithuania, a small Baltic sea republic, celebrated its independence day. While I do have Lithuanian heritage on my mother’s side, I was primarily reminded of the holiday by a link I received to a video by a … Continue reading
Elisha Mancer, Book 4 of The Dark Apostle, is now available in bookstores everywhere! And you can find sample chapters for this, and all of the books in the series, at TheDarkApostle.com When you love it, you can click through … Continue reading
One of the niftiest things I saw in Germany while I was doing research for Elisha Mancer were the Kranen of Trier–the medieval cranes used to unload boats on the nearby Mosel River. I was fascinated by these curious round … Continue reading
When the Christmas season rolls around, Germany comes to mind. I think this is due to the visual influence of medieval architecture on so many of the villages and ideas we associate with Christmas, with the German carol ‘Stille Nacht’ … Continue reading
I recently stopped in at a local gas station/convenience store to look for a local area map that will help me think about where to buy my next house. The woman next to me in line immediately asked where I … Continue reading
A few of my recent posts have focused on settings I visited and researched for my work–definitely one of the perks! But it may seem as if I am a bit obsessive about my settings. That’s because setting is one … Continue reading
Medieval alchemy, chemistry related technology and random things distilled from books and artefacts
By Nadine Korte, History Teacher and Huge History Nerd
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.