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As an aspiring writer, I blog about whatever happens to move me at the moment -- though some posts contain serious content, my big-picture goal is to bring a little humor into an often humorless world! Welcome, y'all, and make yourself at home! Please make sure you update your bookmarks!
When you are offended at any man's fault, turn to yourself and study your own failings. Then you will forget your anger...Epictetus
Monday, December 15, 2008
The King's Daughter
I always have a "to be read" list going on -- and this one is next on the list. I thoroughly enjoyed Ms. Worth's other novels -- the Rose of York (Richard III) series -- and her last one, Lady of the Roses (about Isobel Ingoldesthorpe and John Neville, Lord Montagu -- a couple of historical figures you don't read much about in the realm of fiction). As soon as I finish what I'm reading now, I'll jump into this new novel -- sadly, during the Christmas season, my reading time is curtailed -- and I don't read as fast as I used to (or I fall asleep -- nothing to do with how interesting the book is!) The King's Daughter (Elizabeth of York, daughter of Edward IV, niece to Richard III, wife to Henry VII) is in bookstores now.