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How the Romans celebrated spring

Welcome to the SilverWood Books Spring Blog Hop!

Some of our authors have come together to share a variety of articles and items of interest on their blogs for your enjoyment. There are some lovely giveaway prizes, and – to stay in keeping with the spring and rebirth theme at this time of year – [...]

Anna Belfrage imagines a different time, a different place.

When I was young, I was quite convinced I was a reincarnated medieval soul, so closely connected did I feel to all those kings and knights I read about. These days, I lean towards blaming my vivid imagination for all those déjà vu experiences, such as the time I created my own medieval costume “from [...]

Scenes from the British Museum

Out into the rain this morning on my way to the British Museum to see the Vikings,  I walked down Earls Court Gardens and spotted sets of bicycles chained artistically to the railings. I guess there’s nowhere else to store them.

After fairly mundane ride on the Picadilly Line, I arrived at the British Museum, [...]

Victoria Lamb - amo, amas, amat: Latin in Tudor England

Today, I’m delighted to welcome Victoria Lamb, historical novelist of some repute as well as fun-loving person. Her exciting Tudor series for adults beginning with The Queen’s Secret is centred around the enigma of Shakespeare’s ‘Dark Lady’ while her Tudor Witch series for Young Adults has been described as ‘Twilight meets The Other Boleyn Girl’. [...]

Liesel Schwarz, steampunk queen

My guest today is Liesel Schwarz, writer extraordinaire of steampunk adventures. Her heroine reminds me a great deal of Karen/Carina: young women who know their minds, courageous and who try to make sense of the  different (to us) worlds they live in. A life-long fan of 19th Century Gothic literature, Liesel is a hopeless romantic [...]