A Brave Vessel by Hobson Woodward

It turns out Shakespeare’s The Tempest was based on a true story.  Who knew? Shakespeare wrote The Tempest at the end of his career– some say it contains his farewell to the theatre in one of Prospero’s speeches.  The year was 1609 and England’s Jamestown colony was the media sensation of the day.  Things had not gone well for England’s only New World colony.  London … Continue reading A Brave Vessel by Hobson Woodward

Sunday Salon: ARC’s and Fairies

I’m in the midst of an Advanced Review Copy (ARC) which is news only because I swore I wouldn’t take ARC’s when I started this new blog.  I didn’t make a public declaration of principles or anything, just a promise to myself. I  have not sought out any ARC’s, but one was offered by a book tour group I worked with many times at Ready When … Continue reading Sunday Salon: ARC’s and Fairies