amandaonwriting: Quotable – Hermann Hesse Find out more about the author here “Without words, without writing, and without books, there would be no history. There could be concept of humanity.” ~Hermann Hesse

ancient dog names, courtesy of ovid

thoodleoo: melampus: blackfoot ichnobates: tracker pamphagos: glutton dorceus: gazelle oribasos: hiker nebrophonos: deercatcher laelape: hurricane theron: hunter pterelas: wingy boy agre: hunter 2 hylaeus: woody nape: valley girl poemenis: shep harpyia: snatchy ladon: bitey dromas: speedy canache: loudmouth sticte: spot… Read moreancient dog names, courtesy of ovid

ancient dog names, courtesy of ovid

thoodleoo: melampus: blackfoot ichnobates: tracker pamphagos: glutton dorceus: gazelle oribasos: hiker nebrophonos: deercatcher laelape: hurricane theron: hunter pterelas: wingy boy agre: hunter 2 hylaeus: woody nape: valley girl poemenis: shep harpyia: snatchy ladon: bitey dromas: speedy canache: loudmouth sticte: spot… Read moreancient dog names, courtesy of ovid

No, it was not common “back in the day” for 13 year old girls to already have children.

fandomsandfeminism: So I posted about this in a reply the other day, but I think it deserves it’s own post too. You see this reasoning a lot: that huge age gaps in fantasy fiction or historical fiction or whatever were… Read moreNo, it was not common “back in the day” for 13 year old girls to already have children.

No, it was not common “back in the day” for 13 year old girls to already have children.

fandomsandfeminism: So I posted about this in a reply the other day, but I think it deserves it’s own post too. You see this reasoning a lot: that huge age gaps in fantasy fiction or historical fiction or whatever were… Read moreNo, it was not common “back in the day” for 13 year old girls to already have children.

kohra: madameatomicbomb: spooktier: this is in my history book about prohibition in the 1920s and i’m laughing so hard oh my gooooood Never change, New Orleans. Facts about Prohibition! [Image transcript: Secret bars called speakeasies proliferated. To demonstrate Americans’ widespread… Read more

kohra: madameatomicbomb: spooktier: this is in my history book about prohibition in the 1920s and i’m laughing so hard oh my gooooood Never change, New Orleans. Facts about Prohibition! [Image transcript: Secret bars called speakeasies proliferated. To demonstrate Americans’ widespread… Read more

I’m writing a Western Musical, can you help Me find online sources for everything on the history during 1892 through 1896? In Dallas, Texas by the way, this topic is so hard to find details on, Thanks :)

Okay, so I found a variety of stuff. We got timelines, we got specific events, and we got culture. As with all historical research, there may be content that is upsetting. There’s death and various types of violence here, so… Read moreI’m writing a Western Musical, can you help Me find online sources for everything on the history during 1892 through 1896? In Dallas, Texas by the way, this topic is so hard to find details on, Thanks 🙂

I’m writing a Western Musical, can you help Me find online sources for everything on the history during 1892 through 1896? In Dallas, Texas by the way, this topic is so hard to find details on, Thanks :)

Okay, so I found a variety of stuff. We got timelines, we got specific events, and we got culture. As with all historical research, there may be content that is upsetting. There’s death and various types of violence here, so… Read moreI’m writing a Western Musical, can you help Me find online sources for everything on the history during 1892 through 1896? In Dallas, Texas by the way, this topic is so hard to find details on, Thanks 🙂

hello! i don’t think this was in your tags/faq but if it is I’m very sorry… am i allowed to have a historical fiction novel and have a historically accurate world, but change something major within the history? for example, if my story was in france, and louis xvi was on the throne, but marie antoinette did not exist. would i be allowed to have my character marry the king? basically, am i allowed to “rewrite” history?

nimblesnotebook: This is a genre of its own called alternate history. When it comes to this genre, you have to do a lot of research to understand what effects the changes you make will have. The first thing you should… Read morehello! i don’t think this was in your tags/faq but if it is I’m very sorry… am i allowed to have a historical fiction novel and have a historically accurate world, but change something major within the history? for example, if my story was in france, and louis xvi was on the throne, but marie antoinette did not exist. would i be allowed to have my character marry the king? basically, am i allowed to “rewrite” history?

hello! i don’t think this was in your tags/faq but if it is I’m very sorry… am i allowed to have a historical fiction novel and have a historically accurate world, but change something major within the history? for example, if my story was in france, and louis xvi was on the throne, but marie antoinette did not exist. would i be allowed to have my character marry the king? basically, am i allowed to “rewrite” history?

nimblesnotebook: This is a genre of its own called alternate history. When it comes to this genre, you have to do a lot of research to understand what effects the changes you make will have. The first thing you should… Read morehello! i don’t think this was in your tags/faq but if it is I’m very sorry… am i allowed to have a historical fiction novel and have a historically accurate world, but change something major within the history? for example, if my story was in france, and louis xvi was on the throne, but marie antoinette did not exist. would i be allowed to have my character marry the king? basically, am i allowed to “rewrite” history?