My review of Stephen Mullaney-Westwood's novel FORGOTTEN THINGS
Happy Hour for the Head, an attempt is made to provide closure in this long ramble. What me worry?
A series of original hubs exploring useful household items. In this chapter: the bucket
In a series that is part of a course assigment, I continue to explore literature for teens and young adults in a rambling sort of way. This time an old favourite: The Hobbit.
A good way of fletching traditional arrows
A brief description of the Battle of Courtrai 1302, also known as the Battle of the Golden Spurs
A short description of one of my favourite poets, Leonard Cohen, someone who seems to understand life, having lived it fully.
We reached the place where we focus on some of the action taking place in Kent during the First Baron's War. Specifically at Dover Castle and in the Weald.
An exploration of tne First Baron's War. This episode focuses on the Anglo-Norman side, consisting of some baddies and some classic heroes, amongst whom we find the enigmatic Willikin of the Weald.
Analysis of the First Baron's War. Although the followers of Prince Louis the Lion of France consisted of a large number of Englishmen, or rather Norman nobles who had settled in England around 1066, we'll call this...
An exploration of the life and times of Willikin of the Weald. In this episode we start on King John, and discover he's such a baddie he hijacks the whole episode.
Another war poem translated to Dutch. A strange interest perhaps, but I was captivated by the World War One cemetaries I found in the North of France.
Happy Hour for the Head, it just goes on and on. Obviously a lot of catharsis is needed and this form of vanity publishing ideal for the urge. Enjoy. Or run away screaming. What me worry?
Happy Hour for the Head. This makes little sense, it's an aimless eruption of ranting and raving. A Catharsis for me, perhaps lightly entertaining for you.
The second and final part of Making the Maciejowski, an article which examines the history, research and development involved in the production of a "new" historical replica bow.
A tale of possible winter activities for traditional archers who spent most of the summer in the fields and on the hills. One thing they could do is sign up for a bow or arrow workshop. I've found them to be most...