It's been a VERY long time. Happy new year, everyone! What's cool this morning: Who here remembers Julia Sweeney from Saturday Night Live (early 90s, "It's Pat")? On her blog she tells us that she's currently reading my annotated _A Tale of Two Cities: A Reader's Companion_. Her comment: "I like her notes better than the actual book." Yesss! http://juliasweeney.com/march-8-2016/
It's nearly Bastille Day and so _Palace of Justice_ is 99 cents for the eBook for a limited time. Vive la revolution! http://www.amazon.com/Palace-Justice-Aristide-Ravel-Myst…/…/
Today is Aristide Ravel's birthday! (Yes, also Robespierre's. I chose the date so that I would never forget it and have to go hunting through piles of notes in order to find what I had jotted down about it.) So, bon anniversaire, citoyens!
Romans Were Known for Their Aquaducks -- FREE for Kindle December 16 to 19. http://www.amazon.com/Romans-Were-Known-Their-Aquaducks-…/…/
Hey, Medieval Underpants is Book of the Week! http://www.bookworks.com/
"Romans Were Known For Their Aquaducks" is just 99 cents (for Kindle) for a limited time. History lovers are strongly warned against the corrupting influence of this book! [vbg] http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NLXQ1L0/
"The laws of the Hebrews were based mainly on moral behavior such as stealing, killing, and committing adultery." -- THE ROMANS WERE KNOWN FOR THEIR AQUADUCKS -- coming in September!
The next book that Spyderwort Press publishes will be edited by yours truly, but not authored. It's a collection of student howlers amassed over a couple of decades by a history professor acquaintance. The title--"The Romans Were Known For Their Aquaducks"--should give you an idea of what it's about. Look for it in September!
My favorite holiday (14 July, naturally) is almost here! To celebrate, eBooks of _The Executioner's Heir_ and _A Tale of Two Cities: A Reader's Companion_ are on sale at $2.99 for a limited time. (at Amazon & international Amazons, Smashwords, Kobo, iTunes; price at Barnes & Noble for Nook hasn't changed yet, but should soon). Vive la France! Partagez! (That's "share")