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Tinney Heath
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Writer of historical fiction
Writer of historical fiction

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Highly recommended!
Historical Fiction Research
Historical Fiction Research
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If it's not serious enough for a website, why not blog it instead?
Website Outtakes
Website Outtakes
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A guest post from author Susan Keogh, to mark the re-release of her novel The Prodigal (a book I heartily recommend). The Prodigal features plenty of action, high stakes, love, courage - and pirates!
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How do you do on-site research when the place you're looking for isn't there anymore? Join me in Rome, in search of my main character's home.
The Palazzo that Wasn't There
The Palazzo that Wasn't There
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First blog post from our recent trip to Italy. More will probably follow...
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Here's the second installment of my pair of blog posts about the Wheel of Fortune, this time looking at Carmina Burana, Dante, Boccaccio, Machiavelli, and the English playwrights.
Wheel of Fortune (Part 2 of 2)
Wheel of Fortune (Part 2 of 2)
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It seems appropriate to the new year to put up this post about the Wheel of Fortune, in classical, medieval, and Renaissance art and literature. May we all ride the wheel to the top in 2017!
The Wheel of Fortune (Part 1 of 2)
The Wheel of Fortune (Part 1 of 2)
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First time I've blogged in months! Once more we dig into the Italian middle ages, trying to sort out truth from fiction.
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I haven't blogged for a long time, but couldn't resist sharing our recreation of a miniature in a 15th century manuscript.
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Framing the Story
Framing the Story
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