Tag Archives: Gail Eastwood

Smelling Sweet in the Regency: Beyond Floris (Part 1)

(This rabbit hole sprouted a few tunnels and wound up as a multi-part series! I hope this topic interests you as much as it did me.) We’ll start with Floris first, before we explore everything else. If you don’t already … Continue reading

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Happy May Day (and more)!

Sumer is icumen in, Lhude sing, cuccu; Groweth sed and bloweth med, And springth the wode anu; Sing, cuccu! (words from a 13th century song) Happy May 1st 2020! I’ve been steeped in May Day customs recently as my next … Continue reading

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Looking for Luck in the New Year?

New Year’s Eve has come and gone, and here we are, already three days into the new year. If you were hoping to increase your chances for a lucky year, it’s too late now for most of the folk lore … Continue reading

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Christmas wishes and a special offer

Do you like Christmas stories? Just wanted to alert everyone to this special promotion! If you love Christmas stories and read them even after the holiday is over (as I do!!), take a look at this group (yes, you’ll see … Continue reading

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