The Enduring Writer’s Blog
Whew, the next few months will be busy! Check out these upcoming stories: a viscount hunts down his runaway bride, and this is anything but a love story; a lady’s companion gets more than she bargained for while her eccentric employers plan for a party without guests; and a grieving daughter finds her departed father’s twisted secret.
Dr. Thomas Neill Cream was convicted of murdering four prostitutes, and he was hanged for his crimes in November 1892. His executioner reported his last words being, “I am Jack…” before the noose snapped. Had Dr. Cream confessed to being Jack the Ripper?
Lady Hester Stanhope was an all-around badass. She was an adventurer and archaeologist in an age when women were restricted to the domestic sphere. She helped form the field of archaeology while changing opinions on women’s roles.
I’m so excited to have my story, “The Writer’s Glass Slipper,” included in the latest edition of the Weird and Whatnot!
This story started when I was cleaning my glasses and thought, “What if I wrote a story about haunted spectacles?” Creativity is a beautiful thing.
What would you have seen if you were a visitor to the Great Exhibition of 1851? Here’s 10 awesome cultural and technological marvels you would have seen on display.
Many of us have been there. Many of us have believed ourselves in love to the point of obsession, and letters Charlotte Brontë wrote to Constantin Heger, a Belgian tutor, proves that even one of the most famed writers in English Literature wasn’t immune to this human experience.
The United Kingdom has a rich and extensive history. This might not be more apparent than in the country’s legal history, with strange laws spanning from not wearing armor into the House of Parliament to ladies not eating chocolate on public transportation. Some laws are still enforced, but others are not. While this is definitely… Continue Reading →
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