National Make Your Bed Day, observed on 11 September, is a day people are encouraged to make their beds in the morning.
In this final instalment, we see Andy return home and discover who she is.
Frankenstein Day is an unofficial holiday commemorating the life of Mary Shelley, author of Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus. We will take a brief look at Shelley’s life and suggestions to celebrate this day.
Andy is transported to a slumbering figure. She believes this to be The Author but is fearful of waking her lest it erases her own existence. However, curiosity gets the better of Andy and she takes her chances.
When last we left our heroine, Thomas Langley had shed some light on Andy's unusual situation. Let's find out she deals with this revelation.
An overview of the life and times of the Common Blue Damselfly.
By neither desire or choice, Andy has found herself in yet another place and time which is not her own. As she despairs of ever finding her home, a man in black may have an answer to her quandary.
Andrea Melissa Furness came from nowhere. Now she's on an odyssey to find her real place in her world.
We had an unwanted guest in our garden. My husband was determined to deal with it himself. It's episodes like these that explain why the neighbours don't visit.
During the American Civil War, Richmond went from being the Jewel of the South to a pile of smouldering ruins. Let us take a look at some of the contributing factors that led to the Fall of Richmond.
Much has been written about the heroism of the men on the front lines of the American Revolutionary War. But there were women who also fought as heroically as the men in the fight for independence. Here is the story of one such woman.