Tag Archives: Hollywood

Twisted history…

I enjoy research. For a writer, this is obviously a good thing. I love following an obscure reference to its source or delving into the past in search of what, for want of a better word, could be called ‘the … Continue reading

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Behind the times…

Louis XIV, by Bernini. Image: Louis le Grand   “Verily, verily, do I say unto thee, Be wary of those who write your history.” ….so wrote Stuart a little while ago. Reading it, you might be forgiven for thinking of … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Kenneth L. Decroo – Right Turn, Clyde

For most guest authors, I let the author bio speak for itself. My guest today, however, says little in his official bio about the ‘life worth writing about’ that he has led. This is a man I would love to … Continue reading

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“A gift of laughter…” Rafael Sabatini #WQWWC

Rafael Sabatini is not the best known of writers these days, though he left his mark on both literature and cinema. He was born in 1875 in Jesi, Italy to Englishwoman Anna Trafford and Vincenzo Sabatini. His parents were touring … Continue reading

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