Nicky Moxey

About me

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

The Feast of the Epiphany, 1182

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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…

Christmas Blog Hop!

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…)…

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