The public knows no era better for ghost stories, vampire fiction, and superstition than the Victorian era. The arrival of science began to dispel old myths, but many authors clung to the "old ways" through an upturn in Gothic Fiction, and the Victorian era also produced many of the most popular classic novelists. Dickens took …
I'm now accepting sign-ups for our special issue, running Feb 1-28, for Black History Month. Articles on historic figures of African or African-British or African-American or African-French, etc., descent (famous historical figures, actors/actresses/directors/authors, etc), are welcome, as are books, films, and characters from television shows. Here is a list of interesting recent famous African Americans. …
Many people know nothing more about this remarkable woman than the disaster that touched her life.
Margaret allowed neither her childhood abuse nor her circumstances to stop her.
This woman was a feminist long before women could vote!
Tempestuous marriages and rebellions marked Eleanor's life...
Israel changed forever under this woman's watch.
Thanksgiving would not still be a national American holiday without the power of this woman's pen.
The remarkable story of an ancient queen.
She is far more than the first ill-fated wife of Henry VIII.