19th century Tag Archives

Interview + Giveaway: Valentine Baker’s Heroic Stand At Tashkessen 1877

A big thanks to author Frank Jastrzembski for stopping by the blog and answering some questions about his book, Valentine Baker’s Heroic Stand At Tashkessen 1877: A Tarnished British Soldier’s Glorious Victory. You can enter to win an ebook version of this book by leaving a comment below. The winner will be drawn randomly and receive a Kindle or ePub version of the ebook. Good …

Sabrina Island: The Little Island That Just Couldn’t

Hurricane Irma has battered the Caribbean and Harvey has done significant damage to Texas. If you can spare a couple dollars, please consider donating to your national branch of the Red Cross to assist in the cleanup and recovery after these major storms. Click any of the links below to visit the website for your region’s Red Cross. United States | Canada | United Kingdom …

Jane Austen: A Brief Timeline

July 18, 2017 marks 200 years since English novelist Jane Austen passed away at the age 41, leaving behind a collection of witty romance novels that have inspired and entertained readers ever since. This timeline of Jane’s life is far from exhaustive. I mostly wanted to focus on her writing, her publications and the media based on her work that came after. December 16, 1775 …