Flag Day Reading List

Happy Flag Day! Today commemorates the official adoption of the flag of the United States by the Second Continental Congress on June 14, 1777. To celebrate, we pulled together a list of books all about America! Explore our beautiful country from coast to coast, experience unique American landscapes, and learn about iconic aspects of American culture. 🇺🇸  Continue reading “Flag Day Reading List”

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#FridayReads: Ireland

Happy Weekend! Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day, so our #FridayReads are all about Ireland. Irish ancestry, Irish romance, Irish myths, and Irish food are all covered in this list. ☘️  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Ireland”

Thursday Book Review: “What Regency Women Did For Us”

In What Regency Women Did ForUs, a fascinating book from Pen & Sword, author Rachel Knowles tells the inspiring stories of several remarkable Regency ladies who helped change the world they lived in and whose legacy is still evident today. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this book!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “What Regency Women Did For Us””

#FridayReads: Recent Releases from Pen & Sword

Pen and Sword Books is one of the leading publishers of historical titles and non-fiction in the UK, with over 6000 titles currently in print and available in ebook format and an additional 500 new titles published per year across a range of subject areas. This week’s #FridayReads features just a small selection of some of their most recent new books! From a Great War spy story, to a scandalous account of life in Georgian Britain, there’s something for every history buff in the Pen & Sword list.  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Recent Releases from Pen & Sword”

#FridayReads: Holiday Spirit

These #FridayReads selections are all about Christmas. From classic tales, to winter romance, to Christmas history, the books in this list are sure to put you in the holiday spirit!  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Holiday Spirit”

Thursday Book Review: Books Monthly

Books Monthly has featured quite a few of our wonderful distributed titles in their November issue! From thrilling mysteries, to wildlife photobooks, to railway travel histories, to general histories, and more, there’s a book for any interest in this list. Keep reading to see which titles were featured.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: Books Monthly”

FridayReads: Recent Releases

This weekend, check out some of our newest titles! From comic book versions of classic tales, to a history newspaper gossip surrounding the Victorian theater, to a beautiful photobook of wildlife pictures, you don’t want to miss these #FridayReads.  Continue reading “FridayReads: Recent Releases”

Thursday Book Review: “Life in the Georgian Court”

Today’s featured book is perfect for anyone with an interest in court life during the Georgian period! Life in the Georgian Court by Catherine Curzon offers a glimpse into the glamorous, tragic and iconic courts of the Georgian world, across several different countries. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this book!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Life in the Georgian Court””

#FridayReads: Knights Templar in Fact & Fiction

The Knights Templar is one of the  most recognizable organizations from the time of the Crusades. This powerful and mysterious order continues to fascinate historians and laypersons alike, and the Knights are shrouded in myth and legend to this day. In these #FridayReads selections, you’ll find fact & fiction based on the enigmatic Knights. Keep reading to learn more about these captivating books!  Continue reading “#FridayReads: Knights Templar in Fact & Fiction”