Tag Archives: Hollywood

“A gift of laughter…”

As I’m on a research mission this weekend, and having spent much of the week in hospital waiting rooms, I have dredged up a couple of old ones to share.This one was written two years ago… Rafael Sabatini is not … Continue reading

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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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