Tag: Lucie Wilton

Little, Big: the Royal Court vs. Owen Archer’s York

While you await the publication day of A Triple Knot, I thought I’d share with you the paper I presented at the most recent International Congress on Medieval Studies. The session was The Real Generic Middle Ages, sponsored by the Tales After Tolkien Society.… Continue Reading “Little, Big: the Royal Court vs. Owen Archer’s York”

A Rose By Any Other Name

I’ve been playing with piles of my books for a banner photo for FB–yes, I am preparing to put up a fan page on Facebook. What gorgeous covers. This photo doesn’t do them justice, but since I was writing about titles I thought it… Continue Reading “A Rose By Any Other Name”

So many books, so little time….

How do you choose what book to read next? An idly chosen book often surprises me with insight into my work-in-progress—so often that I now believe it’s not happenchance. So I’ve been experimenting with letting my subconscious choose the books I read for relaxation.… Continue Reading “So many books, so little time….”

Female Friendships

Last week a friend with whom I’d lost contact called me, and as soon as I heard her voice, so familiar and welcome, the years fell away. We talked and talked, and my mood’s been buoyant ever since. We met 30 years ago in… Continue Reading “Female Friendships”