The Resources Page is Up & Running!

I made it a priority to get the Resources page done today. 

Okay, maybe not done; I’ve barely skimmed the surface, truth be told.  There are dozens of books on my shelves that aren’t listed and as many links that need to be sorted before they can be added, but there is still plenty of good stuff there—and not just for those who write medieval romances.

I’m certain the link to The History of Condoms will be useful for many historical writers.  So will the Online EtymologyDictionary and the link to the British Library.

For a bit of a lark, follow the BBC link to a fun, interactive site on the evolution of the English language that’s sure to puzzle, perplex, and garner a chuckle or two.

Feel free to go look around and play.  Since the site will continue to grow, check back.  You may find just the fact you’ve been seeking.

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