Every history lover has a favorite time period, though it’s often hard to choose just one. History has a plethora of riches for us to choose from… the fashions and disasters of the French Revolution, the tragedies and triumphs of the Middle Ages, the courage and determination of the Pioneers. Each speaks to us on an individual level. But I did the hard thing. I forced my readers to make a decision, and here are the results. Read, laugh, learn, and feel inspired as we peek into the past.
IN THIS ISSUE:
- The American Revolution, by Carla Fragomeni
- There Was a Dream: My Love for Ancient Rome, by Eva-Joy Schonaar
- Call the Midwife and the 1950s Housewife, by Ashley Yarbrough
- Words of Modernity: Fiction of the Edwardian Age, by Rachel Sexton
- The Golden Age of Sci-Fi, by Carol Starkey
- Matriarch: An Immigrant Woman in the Gilded Age, by Jessica Prescott
- An Opportunity for Hope: The Old West, by Rachel Kovaciny
- Buggies, Bonnets, and Balls: The Regency Period, by Kirsty Pearce
- The Great Depression, by Veronica Leigh
- The Trials and Tantrums of the Tudor Court, by Charity Bishop
- World War II in Film, by Kirsty Pearce
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