Well, it’s still Friday in my part of the world at least!
Here’s a lovely 18th Century medical text digitised by Google books:
Lots of amusing snippets from late 19th Century to early 20th Century newspapers, which you can follow on Twitter. What a sad world we live in nowadays that has no teams of trained sturgeons to pull our boats!
I’ve read many books set in Anglo-Saxon England that would have benefited from the author having access to this list. There’s almost nothing more jarring to me than a 10th/11th century character with a name from the wrong era or race.
Will nobody write me an Etruscan m/m romance? They were the more liberal, happy go lucky, artistic predecessors to the Romans, and seem like a nice people to have belonged to. Here’s a good site to start you off on them:
And as I’ve had a number of reviews complaining that the reader can’t make head or tail of some of my nautical dialogue in False Colors, here’s a nice list of nautical terms that should make everything clear.
If anyone has any other interesting historical links they would like to share, do comment with them! We want to try and keep this up indefinitely, so we’re probably going to need your help 🙂