I am a fledgling writer with a primary interest in writing historical fiction. It’s what I also love to read the most. I’m mainly interested in the Middle Ages, Elizabethan England, the Reniassance, and the late 1800s/early 1900s. I’m hard at work doing research for a book set in medieval Wales so any help with that would be greatly appreciated.
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Subfuscous is an adjective describing something as slightly dark, somber, or dusky. Even though Marina and the Diamonds latest song “Happy” is about becoming happy at last with one’s self, it still has a subfuscous undercurrent to it.Filed under: Word of the Day Tagged: Subfuscous, word of the day
Skylark is a verb meaning either 1) to run up and down the rigging of a ship in sport, or 2) frolic. It’s probably not a good idea to skylark while mountain climbing.Filed under: Word of the Day Tagged: skylark, word of the day
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