It's a book. A real, honest to dog, I'm-not-dreaming-this, this-is-finally-happening book.
Ye Old Trip to Jerusalem is the oldest inn in England. It says so right on the side of the building: "est. 1189." Since No Good Deed is set (part of the time) in 1194, I figured "the Trip" would be a good place to take a research trip, and also have a pint of ale.
This trend in books and movies of clever and brave heroines with agency in their own stories is a real problem for people who prefer the good old days when a woman kept house until she fell in love with a handsome prince and got married.
In a program under the supervision of the French military, four golden eagle chicks — named d'Artagnan, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, which is my second favorite part of this story—were hatched with a destiny.
The brawl spilled out of the pub and turned into more of a riot, with the scholars running amok and armed fights breaking out. So...that escalated quickly.
Our #waitingonwednesday is NO GOOD DEED by Kara Connolly, a reimagining of the legend of Rubin Hood. Girl power rules supreme when a modern girl finds herself in the middle of a Medieval mess with only her smart mouth and her Olympic archer aim to get her home. On sale 7/18! 🏹🏹🏹#YAlit #bookstagram #nogooddeed #robinhood … Continue reading Countdown to July 18th
This popped into my inbox the other day: And when I clicked through, you know what Pinterest's algorithm had picked for me? . . . . You know what is not a pretty thing? When penguins attack.