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Meredith Allard
Edits The Copperfield Review. Author of The Loving Husband Trilogy. Loves books, cats, and coffee (not always in that order). Newly minted PhD.
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The Dickens Project Apr 17
Congratulations to Dickens's Project's Jon Varese, who just released his novel, The Spirit Photographer!
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BookBub Apr 16
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BookBub Apr 15
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Witches of Massachusetts Bay Apr 5
What do the hunts teach us? add more to the list here:
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Ephemeral Elegance Mar 28
Turn of the century blouses weren't all the crisp white we often think of today, as proved by these fun shirtwaists advertised in The Delineator, June 1898.
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hayden korr🦅 Mar 26
I’m a photographer from MSD. I take pictures for our yearbook. This is my art form, and I am using it to create something beautiful and help me cope in my grieving process. I hope you enjoy some of the pictures I took in D.C.
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My Favorite Vampire Novels via
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The Living Mountain: Pioneering Scottish Mountaineer and Poet Nan Shepherd's Forgotten Masterpiece About Our Relationship with Nature via
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Meredith Allard Mar 19
The Truth is Better than Fiction: Accuracy in Historical Fiction-
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Meredith Allard Mar 19
Historical poetry from The Copperfield Review: Hunger by Kika Dorsey
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Meredith Allard Mar 17
14 Must-Read Historical Fiction Books Set in Ireland
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Lucy Daish Mar 15
The influence of Charles Dickens on Frederick's 20th Century childhood- my latest post is live! Frederick and his sister Nell wrote a story, and endeavoured to find Dickens so he can print it for them 📚✍️
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Witches of Massachusetts Bay Mar 15
In 1692 did judges & jury follow the Body of Liberties, based on English law and Biblical law, for ?
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David Prosser Mar 13
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Meredith Allard Mar 12
English Historical Fiction Authors: Newspapers, Gossip Columns, and Scandal Mongers
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Meredith Allard Mar 12
Here are some tips from author Robert Louis Stevenson about how to be happy. I particularly appreciate the one about learning to find the pleasure in simple things.
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dhowlett1692 Mar 10
All set for my first conference paper. Talking about disability in this morning at LSU
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David Prosser Mar 9
'The Queen's Envoy' -The Oh so secret diaries of Lord David on -
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Brain Pickings Mar 9
"There is no time for despair, no place for self-pity, no need for silence, no room for fear. We speak, we write, we do language. That is how civilizations heal."
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