I’m a dyed-in-the-wool amateur historian/archaeologist, liable to be found any dry day field-walking or metal detecting, and on wet days, in an archive.
Reading a field like a book, line by line, century by century, gives me a deep feeling for the settings for my stories and novels. Taking a dry, partial framework for someone’s life from the archive and trying to animate it with context, meaning, and purpose fills me with pleasure.
From my website
Apologies – you need this link! http://nickymoxey.com/2014/12/19/the-feast-of-the-epiphany-1182/
The Christmas Season (whatever your belief or religion) is the time for merry-making and parties… So come and join some wonderful authors (and their characters) for an Online Virtual Party! Browse through a variety of Blogs (hopping forward to the next one on the list) for a veritable feast of…
I’m very excited to be involved in this year’s Christmas Blog Hop, hosted by the magnificent Helen Hollick. A host of writers will share Christmas-themed work with you; come back on Saturday 20th when all will be revealed! (Sneak hint on my piece; it’s from Wimer, involving King Henry ll…)…