This post is a little late, but its here! I’ve been flat out at work, and wasn’t entirely sure if
Todays post is the lovely Rebecca Larson, talking about the life of Elizabeth I. As always, if you would prefer
Nathans next poem is a beautifully written piece about Elizabeth I. In my opinion he really captured the strength we often associate Elizabeth with. If you haven’t read his first poem about Anne, click here! And you can find Nathan on his Facebook page by clicking here! …
Just thought I would write a little update on how things have been going lately. First off, I’m happy to announce that Queen Elizabeth I won Tudor Madness! If you’re new and wondering, “what the hell is Tudor Madness?” It’s a fun competition I had on the Facebook page, where popular vote would advance an individual to the next round of voting. The final ended with mother vs daughter, and daughter won! I had a lot of fun doing this, and am definitely going to do it again! I have 32 more people lined up, I just need to sit down and create the graphic! Secondly, I started group writes! The first one was a lot of fun, and you may have read the results. If not, definitely check it out, by clicking here! These will be posted on Saturdays!
I love sharing new things I haven’t actually thought of on this site. So when Melissa (awesome name, by the