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You wear the breasts, and they wear the brazenness

For our daugthers – and our sons! – We need a new “normal” (Part 1) What is our “normal” these…

What were Saxon ships like? – Guest post by historical fiction author Mary Anne Yarde

Upon the headland the Geats erected a broad high tumulus plainly visible to distant seaman… withinthe barrows they placed collars,…

New Release: “Tower – Unchained by Love” – the 6th Tale of Freya is out!

I’m happy and proud to announce that today the new Tale of Freya, “Tower – Unchained by Love” releases. The…

Battling anxiety – or: Valhalla lies in the Netherlands

Fighting to be writing again – a very personal battlefield I’ve said it before, and you all experince it: sometimes…

Historically inspired – The Winter Outlaw, or: Who were the Folvilles?

Today, Jennifer Ash talks about which real historical events and characters are behind her historical crime/romance The Winter Outlaw – Enjoy!…

Viking healing taken a step further

How research into a tricky topic creates magic on the page “Healer – The Gift of Dreams” is the fifth…