Medieval History ╽Caterina Sforza: One of History’s Fiercest Females – Countess Of Forli

The only possible way to describe Caterina Sforza is by making use of the words agitator, rebel, fighter, renegade, and unyielding. She was a woman of substantial strength, intelligence, and tenaciousness. Caterina would take charge  and show unbelievable character despite her hard as nails attitude. 

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Book Review ╽Lands Of Lost Borders: A Journey on Silk Road by Kate Harris

In today’s post, I will be sharing a book review of Lands Of Lost Borders: A Journey on Silk Road by guest blogger Reg Spittle from his book blog titled Reg’s Book Blog. This book is a fascinating portrayal of a young woman’s courageous desire to be a world renowned travels and covers her experiences bicycling along the Silk Road.

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Beyond Wolf Hall – Icarus ascending Part Two╽Written by Guest Writer Paul Hemphill

In today’s post I will be sharing the second part of a two part series written by Paul Hemphill from his blog In That Howling Infinite as he covers the 1530s and the historical significance of Henry VIII’s reign and the upheaval brought about by his “great matter’ and divorce from Catherine of Aragon and breaking away from the Catholic Church.

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