Nathaniel burst through his own front door with his arms full of summer herbs, and his head full of fancies. He’d spent the bright morning foraging for medicinal plants for his stores, but as his fingers worked so too had his mind. He daydreamed of his first patients – who should be arriving soon – … More Of Pine Sprigs and Revolution
Check out our writing prompt for March and maybe try your hand at it!
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What is the role of a supporting character in a story? Share your thoughts with his in this week’s Writer’s Notebook! … More Writers Notebook: 5 Things About Supporting Characters
Travel back in time with us to the old days as we share our musical inspiration for historical fiction!
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*Muses Note – This week’s story is by a new guest writer, Joseph Pickett.* Once in Britain of old, so the story is told, A son of the Pendragon rose up to lead the fold ’Gainst the Saxon who marched with red sword on the land. This warlord known as Arthur made a stand … More The Lay of King Arthur
Hello, readers! Welcome back to our Reading Round-Up where we talk about what we’re currently reading, and what we’re most looking forward to. There are SO many amazing books out (and coming soon) that it’s overwhelming sometimes. We hope this list will offer some suggestions, in case you’re like us and having trouble deciding what … More Early 2019 Reading Round-Up
Join us for this week’s #MusicMonday where we share our favorite songs for heartbreak and healing.
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