Fascinating article about the history of women’s rights – in the UK at least. You will be surprised at how far back and how extensive they are.
Interesting take on the(long and illustrious) history of Self- publishing
And I despair of getting current small visitor to keep a bottom on his seat at the table – never mind trying to achieve this…
Great intro to this magazine – several really interesting articles – well worth a look (and not just for my honourable mention…
Having visited the Mayflower replica at Plymouth in US – so little space for so many people – it will be great for UK folk to get a chance to experience this for themselves.
Visited the Mayflower replica at Plymouth (US) – so little space for so many people – this will be interesting for UK folk.
After yesterday’s sobering post, today a news item on another skeleton, but this time one I’m very glad they found. And I harbour a hope that against all the odds they may be able to get close to identifying it. Whether they do or not, the soldier is coming home, albeit two hundreds years later.
Anyone who is friends with me on Twitter or follows me here knows I’m normally keen on skeletons. They are usually a sign of a fascinating story being uncovered – After the last few months I shall never think of car parks in quite the same way again…Richard III, John Knox… But this skeleton is one I’d rather they hadn’t found – profoundly sad and a very sobering reminder of what we are capable of. The image of the skull and the reconstructed face of the girl are images that will stay with me for a long time.
What would I have done? What would you?