There is a reason we have a secret ballot: none of us need ever reveal, explain, or justify our vote to anyone if we wish not to do so – and that includes to the Guardian.
Dad: “You know how girls get pregnant, right?”
This is one of the most scorching reviews I have ever read.
Much is being revealed now about the predatory sexual behaviors over the years of a famous and extraordinarily powerful film producer…
I stumbled on this by British author and historian Leanda de Lisle on Twitter yesterday:
After an hour or so working in the office yesterday morning, I looked at the PC clock and thought, “Right, I’ll stop for a bit, go downstairs and have a quick shower…”
Amidst calls recently in the context of the Confederate statues debate to stop publicly screening Gone With The Wind, and
I joked some months ago about Conventions: The Garden At Paris being my “Gone With The Wind.” That reference was
The debates over statues continues. In one sense, it is wonderful to see people actually questioning who these people all
Two things to remember in historical fiction writing are these: 1) Who is telling your story? 2) What could characters