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Shakespeare. Tudor England. Political intrigue. Religious bigotry. Love triangles. Sword fights, drunken brawls, and backstabbing enemies. Hypocrites abound. The Greatman’s plays come to life. No one does historical fiction better than Bernard Cornwell. In his latest book, Fools and Mortals, … Continue reading
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I received an interesting clip from a Facebook friend today. He was talking about my previous post and life’s parameters. It’s about taking the initiative and not allowing incidents to define who you are as opposed to you redefining yourself. … Continue reading
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Sonnet CXXIV If my dear love were but the child of state, It might for Fortune’s bastard be unfathered, As subject to Time’s love or to Time’s hate, Weeds among weeds, or flowers with flowers gathered. No, it was builded … Continue reading